Stephanie Horowitz is a dynamic soprano who is known for her unique style, theatricality, and extreme versatility.
Favorite musical theatre roles include Trina (Falsettos), Frenchie (Cabaret), Emma Goldman/Housewife (Assassins), 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.
Stephanie is an avid Cabaret Performer. She has been featured with the Overshare Cabaret, the Cranky Cabaret, and the Huntington Cabaret in Clubs such as the Duplex, the Metropolitan Room, Piano's Bar, Joriah Studios, and the 13th St. Repertory Theatre. She recently preformed in Cabaret for Unity, at the Metropolitan Room in NYC, to raise money for the ACLU. In 2017 Ms. Horowitz wrote and performed her first solo cabaret Flare: A Crohn's Cabaret to a nearly sold-out crowd (Pictured)
Stephanie has appeared with the Clocktower Players in Company in the role of Sarah.
Stephanie will be performing this spring with her vintage vocal trio The Jewel Tones. Check out the engagements page to find out when and where.
Stephanie will be singing Jazz at Grosso's in Cold Spring Harbor this spring. Check out the engagements page for more info.
Stephanie will be singing at the Duplex with cabaret singer Mel Delancey in A Feminist History of Musical Theatre. Find out more here.
Stephanie Horowitz holds a Masters Degree from the New England Conservatory of music in Boston, MA and a Bachelor’s Degree in Music 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.
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