Andrew Horowitz is an American songwriter, producer, and recording artist. He is best known as green-tied keyboardist and writer in Tally Hall. Horowitz has worked with several artists including John Legend, Lindsey Sterling, Jidenna, Allie X, Verite, Janelle Monae, and Scott Klopfenstein.
Horowitz is a native of Warren, New Jersey. He began piano studies at the age of five and was composing by eight. In high school, he pursued composition and piano studies with faculty at the Juilliard School. He was principle pianist in the New York Youth Symphony, led an active jazz quartet, and musical directed several shows. Over the summers he attended the Interlochen Arts Festival and Aspen Music Festival.
Andrew attended the University of Michigan in 2001 and received Bachelor degrees in Music Composition and English Literature. He studied composition privately with faculty including Michael Daugherty and William Bolcom, He also attended EAMA’s counterpoint workshop in Paris.
As a writer, Horowitz won two Hopwood Awards for fiction and poetry. Andrew was also a senior arts writer for The Michigan Daily.
In 2002, Horowitz formed Michigan-based Tally Hall with Rob Cantor and Zubin Sedghi. Horowitz performed as keyboardist, writer, and vocalist in the band until the band went on hiatus in 2011.
In 2005, Horowitz was the recipient of the John Lennon Scholarship Award for writing “Good Day.”
Horowitz began apprenticing under producer Dave Tozer in 2011. He spent two years working on John Legend’s Grammy-nominated “Love in the Future,” which includes the 12x platinum “All of Me.” He also worked on productions for artists including needtobreathe, Celine Dion, Mayer Hawthorne, Kai, Rebecca Ferguson, Ella Eyre, and Craig David.
As a writer and producer, Horowitz has become a presence in the NY music scene. He currently works out of his studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.