Horovitz

Horovitz is a surname, and may refer to:

*Adam Horovitz, a musician and member of the Beastie Boys.
*Alex Horovitz, former NeXT and Apple Inc. software engineer and author.
*David Horovitz (1962- ), an author and political commentator.
*David Horowitz (disambiguation).
*Frances Horovitz (1938-83) Poet, Broadcaster & Performer of Poetry.
*Israel Horovitz (born 1939), U.S. playwright and screenwriter.
*Joseph Horovitz, Austrian-English composer.
*Michael Horovitz & Frances Horovitz - see .
*Robert Horovitz, a medical biologist and nobel prize winner.

See also

*Horowitz
*Horvitz
*Horwitz
*Hurwitz


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  • HOROVITZ, JOSEF — (1874–1931), German Orientalist. Horovitz, the son of marcus horovitz , was born in Lauenburg, Germany. He studied at the University of Berlin with Edward Sachau and taught there from 1902. He worked in India from 1907 to 1914, teaching Arabic at …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • HOROVITZ, MARCUS — (1844–1910), Orthodox rabbi, historian, and halakhist in Germany. Horovitz was born in Ladany (near Tokaj), Hungary. He studied in Verbo, Hungary, under Ḥayyim Ẓevi Mannheimer and at the Eisenstadt yeshivah under azriel hildesheimer , whose… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • HOROVITZ, SAUL — (1858–1921), scholar of talmudic literature and medieval religious philosophy. Horovitz was born in Szanto, Hungary. He studied at the Warsaw yeshivah of J.B. Soloveitchik ; at the Breslau Jewish Theological Seminary, where he was deeply… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • HOROVITZ, JACOB — (1873–1939), rabbi and scholar. Horovitz, the son of marcus horovitz , was born in Lauenburg. He served as rabbi in Frankfurt and was lecturer on Jewish subjects at the Pedagogical Academy there. In common with his father, he opposed the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • HOROVITZ, ISRAEL — (1939– ), U.S. playwright and screen writer. Born in Wakefield, Mass., Horovitz in 1965 became the first American playwright in residence for England s prestigious Royal Shakespeare Company. He burst on the New York scene in 1967 with four one… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • HOROVITZ, LEOPOLD — (1838–1917), Hungarian painter. Horovitz was born in Slovakia and studied in Vienna. After living in Berlin, Dresden, and Munich, he arrived in Paris, where his portraits and genre scenes met with success. His sitters included the emperor of… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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