Sue Horowitz with guitar Sue Horowitz with guitar Temple Israel
Dover, NH
Rosh Hashanah

About Sue

Susan Horowitz is a singer-songwriter who lives in coastal Maine. Book Sue to come and perform or lead a spiritual event. Please feel free to explore this website to see and hear Sue, and find out more.

Sue's Work

URJ Press Releases

Reform Movement Calls for Sincere Political Negotiations and An End to the Escalating Violence in Jerusalem

Without a political horizon that will lead to a just solution for both peoples, and without the Israeli and Palestinian leadership coming together to sincerely engage in negotiations that will lead out of this cycle of violence, the violence will continue and deepen.

URJ President Rabbi Rick Jacobs Responds to Announcement By Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas

We urge President Abbas and the PA not to abandon the Oslo Accord's valuable framework for peace.

Reform Jewish Movement Statement on Anti-Muslim Rhetoric in the Current Political Discourse

Sue has been singing professionally as both a solo musician and a band member for decades. Her musical influences include Joni Mitchell and James Taylor. She has a large collection of songs that highly appeal to baby boomers. She has sung at festivals, pubs and parties, and would love a chance to sing at your venue.

Sue writes songs that are meant to be enjoyed and make people want to sing along. Sue has 3 terrific CDs that are must-haves in a Jewish music collection: Eleven Doors Open, In The Water, and The Power And The Blessing. Her music is appropriate for many settings, including camp, synagogues, and your car stereo! Her engaging presence and spiritual music captivate worshipers and audiences of all ages.

Sue has a new partnership with EJ Cohen, considered the premier ASL interpreter of Jewish music. They create worship, concert and education experiences that are a beautiful merging of sight and sound.

If you would like Sue to perform at your event or function, CONTACT her.

Buy Sue's CDs and sheet music on the PURCHASE page.

Check out Seth Rogovoy's review in the Berkshire Jewish Voice (Page 5).