Asa Horvitz (b. 1988, Inverness, CA) is a director and composer. He has shown original work in contemporary performance and music at venues such as The New Museum, Death by Audio, Paris’ Théâtre de la Ville, Théâtre de Vidy in Lausanne, Living Arts Museum in Tulsa, High Mayhem Santa Fe, National Theater Institute of Poland, Teatr Polski Wroclaw, and in many musty basements. He has collaborated with directors Lukasz Korczak, Romeo Castellucci, and composer Scott Gibbons, and has received numerous awards for his work including Fulbright, CEC Arts Link, and MacDowell Colony Fellowships. He founded Golden Trout Wilderness in 2017, and lives in New York City.
Contact: asahorvitz [at] gmail dot com
MacDowell Colony, July 24-September 5, 2017. At work on a new original performance.
Out by 5 & Friends honor Bill Horvitz – concert at Center for New Music, San Francisco, July 8th 2017.
Skidmore College, MDOCS Fellowship, June 1-30, 2017. Work in progress showing of "To Lay This Body Down", a documentary film and live singing event created in collaboration with Sacred Harp Singers in the US and Poland. Directed with Gedney Barclay.