Andy Horowitz is co-founder and executive director of the dance company, Galumpha. Over a 25-year professional career, Horowitz has performed his choreographic works at more than three thousand venues in thirty countries, including London's Southbank Center, Lincoln Center, Kennedy Center, Seoul Arts Center, Berlin's Akademie Der Künste, Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam, Kravis Center, the Shanghai International Arts Festival, Spoleto Festival USA and countless others. He has been a featured performer on CBS' “The Late Show with David Letterman,” on the A&E Network's “Caroline's Comedy Hour,” MTV, HBO, Canada's “Musique Plus,” Germany's ARTE Network, NTV Japan, The BBC and Madrid's Telecinco.
Horowitz is a co-winner of the Edinburgh Festival's Critics' Choice Award, the Moers International Comedy Arts Prize and was the 2007 recipient of the Broome County Heart of the Arts award. He has performed in international and national commercials for Brach's Candy, Pepsi Cola, White Stag Clothing, the Hirose Corporation and others. He has also performed in some 20 movies, including “House on Ghost Hill Road” and “Happy Hour,” the latter an official selection of the International Film Festival of Cinematic Arts in Los Angeles, the Saint Louis International Film Festival and the Minneapolis Underground Film Festival. He choreographed the production of “Orpheus” for the Theatre Department’s 2015 dance show.
- MBA, Syracuse University
- Modern Dance