Palaver Strings, The World Premier of "Moon for String Orchestra and Percussion" featuring percussionist Nate Tucker.
Charles Hayden Planetarium- May 16th, 2019
Portland Maine, St. Lawrence Arts- May 17th, 2019
NYC, Mount Vernon Museum- May 18th,2019
"When we play music live, time becomes our medium. With this program, we invite our listeners to think about stability and flux. This program features a collaborative new commission by percussionist, electronic musician, and composer Nate Tucker, as well as the premiere of Moon by Steve Horowitz"
San Francisco State Orchestra, West Coast Premire of MOON for String Orchestra and Percussion.
Knuth Hall, October 30th, 2019
This epic October concert featured a mixture of winds, brass, percussion, strings, electronica and featured a homage to the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Mission, with NASA Moon footage and conductor Brad Hogarth. With music by, Michael Giacchino, Eric Whitacre, Ludwig van Beethoven, Mason Bates, Gustav Holst and featuring MOON by Steve Horowitz. Knuth Hall, Wed October 30th, 2019
LIVE AT THE NATIONAL OPERA CENTER-Pix ‘N Music, SEPTEMBER 13 2016
Top film and media composers in concert. The series featured the music of media composers whose classical works were performed live in concert, synchronized to film, video, animation and/or digitally conceived visual elements.
MILL VALLEY 142 Throckmorton Theatre • Thursday 1/30/2014
SAN FRANCISCO SF Conservatory of Music • Monday 2/3/2014
"Games inspired this program, which included LCCE 2003 Composition Contest Winner Moritz Eggert’s Pong, a charming musical rendering of the 1972 Atari game, as well as Mozart’s E-flat Trio, nicknamed “Kegelstatt,” or “Billiards,” and György Kurtág’s Signs Games and Messages. Local star Steve Horowitz, who teaches a course on writing music for games, contributed a brief new trio from a children's video game."
The SF State Orchestra, SF State Wind Ensemble and Brass Ensemble, with conductor Brad Hogarth, celebrate Halloween with selections from Orff’s Carmina Burana as well as haunting works by Gabrieli, Saint-Saëns, Berlioz and Steve Horowitz's Frankenstein for orchestra and film.
Stations of the Breath- John Cage's Music Circus Live at the Disney Museum
Disney Family Museum, Saturday Jan. 28, 2012
The lineup of more than 30 acts for this amazing showcase, included a number of alumni, faculty and students, joined by well-known Bay Area performers. Yamaha donated a Disklavier Mark III MIDI grand piano for the day to enable both in-house and remote performances throughout the afternoon. On the program are works by David Rosenboom, dean of The Herb Alpert School of Music at CalArts, faculty members Vinny Golia, Michael Jon Fink, as well as Steve Horowitz.
New Monsters, Live at The Disney Museum, San Francisco 2012
Steve Adams (Saxophone), Dan Plonsey (Saxophone) , Scott Looney (Piano), Steve Horowitz (Bass), Jim Bove (Drums)
"Simply stated “New Monsters” is an unanticipated surprise, Horowitz and associates tender a modern jazz refresh of sorts, providing a much needed contrast to the rolling waves of ho hum, kiddie bop." – Glenn Astarita, All About Jazz
" Presented by Electronic Music Foundation, The Extended Piano Festival offered up a series of concerts and installations highlighting the unique and rarely composed-for Disklavier. In addition to this being the release of Stations of the Breath: Music for Disklavier (2010) – a disc highlighting the composer’s activities on the Yamaha Disklavier, both in solo performance/composition and in duet settings. Live performers included Dave Eggar on cello, Elliott Sharp on guitar/bass clarinet. The moods are straightforward, the ideas are right on the surface, and the execution is well worth experiencing” (Sequenza21)."
The Herb Alpert Creative Music Series-January 29th-30th, 2010
In this two night sell out, The 14-member Code Ensemble delivered an exciting and imaginative contemporary rethink of David Shire’s classic crime-jazz score for the 1974 N.Y.C. subway caper movie.
"Horowitz and the Code brought everything from strings and horns to laptop sampler for a high-energy brew of classical, jazz, funk and rock as they performed alongside a projection of Jane Brill’s film. Then the group mashed up musical tropes from science fiction films in Invasion from the Chicken Planet with projected video by Zig Gron. The program also showcased Horowitz’s 2nd String Quartet and a set of works by Randy Hostetler. We also got a pre-concert discussion with Steve Horowitz, Jane Brill, Zig Gron and David Shire." -David Weiss, Mix Magazine
This two night stand was funded in part with generous support from the American Music Center, Meet the Composer’s Metlife Creative Connections program, Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA), JPMorgan Chase Foundation, Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone (UMEZ), George Mason and Pamela Wilson, and the Randy Hostetler Living Room Music Fund.
September 10 and 11 2008 at The Barrow Group Theatre in New York City
"in this two night celebration of music for and inspired by classic films. Horowitz's diverse experience and creative spirit was on full display. With the drive of a speeding train and the virtuosity of the big bands of yesterday, Steve Horowitz & The Code Ensemble will have you up and shouting." -David Weiss. Mix Magazine
Live at the Bim Huis, Amsterdam, Sunday Feb 18th 2001
This Concert Featured a sold out crowd and a great lineup of Dutch and American Players; Steve Horowitz-basgitaar, Dan Plonsey en Peter van Bergen-saxofoons, Dave Revelli-drums en speciale gasten Joost Buis-trombone, Jim Meneses-percussie