Soprano


Stephanie Horowitz

Cabaret

 

Ms. Horowitz has been featured in Cabaret clubs such as the Duplex, the Metropolitan Room, 13th St. Repertory Theatreand Joriah Studios in Manhattan, as well as Piano's Bar & Grill in Bloomfield, NJ  She is a reoccurring member of the Overshare Cabaret, Huntington Cabaret, and The Cranky Cabaret.  

In March, 2017, Ms. Horowitz will debut her first one-woman cabaret show Flare: A Crohn's Cabaret (pictured,) to raise money and awareness for Crohn's Disease and Colitis.

She has been a guest soloist with the Northwinds Symphonic Band as well as the 92nd St. Y in Manhattan.  She is currently the Cantorial Soloist at the Falmouth Jewish Congregation in Cape Cod, MA, as well as a singer for churches and synagogues in the New York metro area. 

Stephanie Horowitz, Soprano

Jazz


An avid lover of vocal jazz, Ms. Horowitz has been featured as a soloist in venues such as the Allegria Hotel in Long Beach, NY,

Figaro), Mrs. Fezziwig in the New York City premier of Scrooge and Gilbert and Sullivan with the Village Light Opera Group (pictured), and Ciesca (Gianni Schicchi.) Ms. Horowitz has also covered major roles such as Anezka (The Two Widows), Rosalinde (Die Fledermaus), and Mrs. Which in Libby Larsen’s A Wrinkle in Time.

Concert

 

Ms. Horowitz is an accomplished recitalist and soloist.  Recent concert solos include the Soprano solo in Vivaldi's Gloria at Our Lady of Lourdes in Massapequa, NY, and her one-woman concerts Many Voices at the New York Society Library and Soprano Unfiltered at the Malverne Historical Society in Malverne, NY.

Biography

 

Stephanie Horowitz is a dynamic soprano who is gaining popularity for her unique style, theatricality, and extreme versatility.

Stephanie Horowitz is a graduate of the New England Conservatory of music in Boston, MA where she received a Masters Degree in Vocal Performance. For her studies there, she was awarded the Wayne Newton Music Scholarship.  As a member of N.E.C.’s Opera Studio, Ms. Horowitz sang the role of Noemie in Massenet’s Cendrillon of which the Boston Globe reviewed. Ms. Horowitz earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education and her Teaching Certification from SUNY Potsdam’s Crane School of Music.

A native of Long Island, NY, Stephanie is currently a private voice teacher in Merrick and Manhattan, NY. She currently studies with Sherry Overholt and Mary Saunders-Barton.

Musical Theatre

 

Making her recent debut with Utopia Opera's production of Assassins, Ms. Horowitz has been gaining notoriety in crossover musical theatre

Seasons 52 restaurant and the Wunsch Arts Center with the Northwinds Symphonic Band.. She is also a founding member of the Jewel Tones, a new vocal jazz trio.  She has been a member of the South Shore Syncopators and the Boop Troupe.  She is reviewed as having "...great chops" and "lots of control" by famed Jazz performer John Hendricks of Lambert, Hendricks, and Ross.   

roles.  Favorite musical theatre roles include Trina (Falsettos), Frenchie (Cabaret), Emma Goldman/Housewife (Assassins), Anita (West Side Story), Gilmer (Godspell), and Bloody Mary in South Pacific (pictured.) Ms. Horowitz is the 2005 winner of the Five Towns Music & Art Foundation’s Young Artist Competition in the Musical Theatre Division. 

Opera

 

Noted operatic appearances include the title role in Princess Ida, Marguerite (Faust),​ the Countess (Le nozze di