The German (1967) is one of the most prolific musicians of German Jazz. The saxophone player and composer from Aalen hasn’t only studied jazz saxophone, but also contemporary music as a bass clarinettist. To this day, he loves using seldom-heard wooden instruments. Schorn has shared the stage with many a great name such as Al Jarreau, Shirley Bassey, or Uri Caine. Since 2001 he’s been a professor at the jazz division of the music college in Nurnberg. He’s won many prizes, as a musician, and as a composer too.