David Horowitz is a composer who began playing piano by ear at age 3. As a young adult, he played with Gil Evans and Tony Williams, and later became Composer in Residence at the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C.; he also arranged albums for Peter Allen, Carol Hall and others at Elektra Records.
Horowitz composed for choreographer Twyla Tharp, and for the art films of Ian Hugo and Anais Nin; for the Japanese mime Yas Hakoshima; and a number of European features.
Through his music production company, David Horowitz Music Associates (DHMA), he scored thousands of TV, radio and cinema commercials, creating memborable tracks in almost every style and genre, and earning
numerous awards and prizes, including seven Clios for Original Music.
After 30 years in “the business of music” Horowitz closed his company and began to concentrate on other musical endeavors. In the past two years he has scored films for an international Jewish Relief organization as well as an independent feature film (2016 release, “Patient 001”). In September he was part of a 2-concert tribute to the music of the late Claudio Chieffo, in Forli, Italy.