Haley Myles is a bright and budding musical talent. As a Young Steinway Artist, Haley prides herself on maintaining an international performance schedule. Her appearances to-date include recitals in the United States, Germany, Austria, Portugal, Italy, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. She has participated extensively in various high-profile international music festivals, both domestic and foreign.

Haley holds certifications from distinguished institutions including the Mozarteum (Austria), Imola Piano Academy (Italy), and Freiburg International Piano Academy (Germany). With an active presence in international master classes worldwide and various opportunities for in-depth guidance with elite artists, Haley has forged various one-to-one mentor relationships with such musical sensations as Andrei Gavrilov and Paul Badura- Skoda. Remarkably, she has already performed the complete two- and three-part inventions by Bach.


She achieved a Bachelor in Piano Performance at the University of Arkansas in 2016 where she was a deserving recipient of the Stella Boyle Smith scholarship. Haley also holds a Master in Piano Performance (with first-class honours) from the London College of Music, where she received the Mona Blackman scholarship. In 2019, Haley received a postgraduate diploma from Trinity Laban Conservatoire as a Cross Funds Scholar. She maintains a healthy schedule of performances as a collaborative pianist and as an orchestral pianist, accompanying diverse and distinguished instrumentalists and vocalists. Haley conducted the Woman’s Chorus at a public performance at the Walton Arts Center (USA) in 2015.

She is most proud of her extra-curricular activities, involving continued work with individuals on the autism spectrum. Having authored a United Nations honoured book dedicated to helping children with autism, the cause remains a constant passion visible in her everyday life.

Haley also holds a Fellowship Diploma of the London College of Music – the highest level diploma one can receive in performance. She is an artist with Talent Unlimited, an organisation that offers support to young musicians studying in London. She was named a Young Steinway Artist in 2018.