Pianist Fedora Horowitz

        Fedora Horowitz graduated from the State Conservatory in Bucharest, Romania. In Israel she taught at the Rubin Academy in Jerusalem, and soloed with the Israeli Broadcasting Orchestra.
        At her New York debut at Alice Tully Hall, The New York Times wrote "she can carry her famous name without apology... a substantial musician." For Eighteen years Fedora Horowitz was the artistic director of the Lyric Chamber Ensemble in Michigan and presented the Detroit Annual Piano Festival, performing with outstanding pianists at the renowned Orchestra Hall.
        In 1997, Dennis W. Archer, Mayor of the City of Detroit, issued a Proclamation saluting Fedora Horowitz for her dedicated service to the Detroit community, as a pianist, artistic director of the Lyric Chamber Ensemble, and as the founder and director of a summer music camp.
        In 1999 Fedora Horowitz performed at the International Summer Music Festival in Kazimierz Dolny, Poland. In 2004 and 2006 she performed at the Chamber Music Festival in Austin, Texas.
        Since moving to Florida, Fedora has performed piano recitals and chamber music at Lynn University, Florida Atlantic University, Norton Museum of Art, Boca Raton's Museum of Art, Delray Library, Highland Park Library, and many other venues. She performed regularly at the F.A.U. Gala Four Piano Festival.