Composer, improvisor, organizer of musical events. Gorlinsky graduated from the Moscow Conservatory where he studied under (class of Vladimir Tarnopolsky). He teaches in the Department of Contemporary Music of the Moscow Conservatory and teaches courses in improvisation. He is the author of spatial sound compositions (spatial games) created for the Rachmaninov Hall of the Conservatory (2011), Lifkenshuuk Fortress (Belgium 2012, 2013), CEH Manege (2013, 2016), STUK Academy (Belgium, 2013), the Winery (2014) ), the Not Yet Discovered Space (2015) and the Marble Hall of the Russian Museum (St. Petersburg, 2016).
He is the creator of Dreamtory, an exploration of time that consists of hours-long performances of music, during which participants may fall asleep and wake up without ceasing to participate in the musical work.
He (or his compositions) has performed in international festivals and projects in Germany, Poland, Italy, Spain, France, the Netherlands, Austria, Belgium, Switzerland, Sweden, Ireland, China, Ukraine and Russia.
He collaborates with such directors as Kirill Serebrennikov, Boris Yukhananov, Maria Chirkova, Olga Lukicheva, and also with choreographer Olga Tsvetkova.
He is an active participant on the Moscow improvisational stage. He is a co-founder and participant of the MNAU duet and the group Chthonic Loss.
He has composed music for several productions at the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre: The Visit (2017), directed by Oleg Dobrovolsky; For a Wise Man (2017), directed by The Director; Love Machines (2016), directed by Maria Chirkova; and was the orchestra conductor for The Blue Bird, directed by Boris Yukhananov.