Haley Woodrow is a composer, educator, and pianist. She loves to partner with performers in crafting musical experiences that offer listeners an active role. Her music reflects a broad range of influences and genres, and combines styles as a primary objective. Haley’s compositions have received awards from the National Band Association, the Texas Music Educators Association, the VLAMO International Composition Contest, the Women’s Band Composition Contest led by Shannon Shaker, and the Noteflight Big Band Composition Contest. Her music has been widely performed through the US and Canada, Europe and Australia. As an educator, Haley serves as an Adjunct Music Instructor for the King’s University, as well as Tarrant County College. Additionally, she offers her “Creating Composers Clinics”, designed to teach 7-12 grade students the principles of composition while customizing a concert work suitable for performance. In 2008 Haley graduated with a Bachelor of Music in jazz studies from the University of Texas at Arlington, and in 2016 earned her Master of Music in composition from Texas Christian University. Haley currently lives in the Dallas/Fort Worth area with her husband Jonathan Woodrow and daughter Avery.