Steve Gorn, whose flute is featured on the 2011 Grammy winning recording, “Miho – Journey to the Mountain,” with the Paul Winter Consort, and the Academy Award winning Documentary film, Born into Brothels, has performed Indian Classical Music and new American Music on the bansuri bamboo flute, soprano saxophone and clarinet in concerts and festivals throughout the world.

His unique blend of Indian music and contemporary world music can be heard on recordings with Krishna Das, Jai Uttal, Tony Levin, Paul Simon, Glen Velez, Jack DeJohnette, Paul Winter, John Lindberg, Adam Rudolph, Layne Redmond, Richie Havens, Alessandra Belloni, Badal Roy, Simon Shaheen, Deepak Chopra, Robert Bly, Coleman Barks, and numerous Indian musicians.

Your music re-aligned my cells. Jude Asphar, director of Resurgence.

Tony Levin, Jerry Marotta and Steve Gorn
Tony Levin, Jerry Marotta and Steve Gorn

World Music Ensembles/Performance Projects

Paul Winter Consort

Full Moon Ensemble, with Badal Roy, Kenny Wessel and Daniel Moreno

Fareed Haque’s Ensemble

Silk Road with Yousif Sheronick

Karl Berger’s Creative Music Ensemble

John Lindberg’s Winter Birds

Adam Rudolph’s Moving Pictures and Go Orchestra

Shades of Time with Georg Hoffman and Raul Tudon

Samir Chatterjee’s World of Percussion

Alessandra Belloni’s I Giullari di Piazza

Globetrotting with John Davey and Brian Malick

Compositions for Film, Theatre and Dance

Grandmother to Grandmother
 T’ai Chi Form
Live/electronic dance score for Ranjabati Sircar 
Coming to Say Goodbye
 Hitler’s Court: Betrayal of the Rule of Law
 The Tibetan Book of the Dead
Theatrical score for the play at LaMama, etc. New York City

Steve Gorn plays with liquid grace. He is a master of sound-magic; may the world discover his gift. – Paul Winter

Glen Velez, Eugene Friesen, Steve Gorn and Fred Johnson
Glen Velez, Eugene Friesen, Steve Gorn and Fred Johnson



  1. Seven Yogis Spinning/Midnight Flower
  2. Asian Journal
  3. Theme from Cassandra Dance Drama
Music For All Worlds
%d bloggers like this: