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My name is Halie Douglas and I am a student at the University of North Texas my major is Music Composition with a concentration in Harp. I enjoy writing music, playing the harp, teaching harp, and studying theology.

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This website is the hub for everything I do. 

Composition (my major at UNT!)

- my composition portfolio

- upcoming projects

- I can be commissioned to write music

- sheet music purchase coming soon, message me for music


- hire me to play the harp! I can play background solo music for events around the DFW area as well as weddings or other events

- list of upcoming performances


- I teach beginner harp lessons to all ages! Lessons are preferred for students in person in Denton, Tx, but I am open to having online lessons for those who live further away.

- I can also teach composition lessons, see the teaching section for more info.


- Coming Soon

- blog about theology with my story and some apologetics articles that I have written

- I am an intern at Saint John Paul II Univeristy Parish Catholic Church in Denton, Tx and I need to fundraise my salary so please support me! Any amount will help.

Why this site?

My patron saint is Hildegard Von Bingen (composer, mystic, healer, writer, philosopher, visionary, and more) and if she has taught me anything it is that you don't have to do just one thing. This website showcases many of my interests.

About Me

Halie Douglas is a harpist, composer, arranger, and teacher based in Denton, Texas. She is from Odessa, Texas where she learned to play the harp and now currently attends the University of North Texas and is pursuing a Bachelor of Music Composition with a concentration in harp and will graduate in May 2024. Halie studies harp under Dr. Jaymee Haefner and has studied composition with Dr. Sungji Hong, Dr. Zvony Gnosh, and Dr. Kirsten Soriano Broberg. She enjoys writing for harp ensemble, solo harp, and sacred music among other genres and instruments.

            Halie started playing the harp in the 6th grade and fell in love, eventually getting into composing for the harp and deciding to pursue a composition degree. Some of her favorite and most inspirational composers are Henriette Renie and Claude Debussy. Some of her most well-known pieces include Every Sound a Flower for solo harp and In Amorem Incideris for harp trio. In addition to harp music, Halie is composing a setting of the Mass for her Senior Capstone Project for SATB Choir, Vocal soloist, harp, and organ which will premiere on February 17, 2024.

            Halie also enjoys arranging music for harp ensemble. She has arranged The Avengers (2020), Ashokan Farewell (2021), and Lovely (2022). The Avengers arrangement was performed by the UNT Harpbeats at TMEA (a Texas state-wide conference with over 30,000 attendees) in 2023. UNT Harpbeats is an ensemble that Halie is a part of and loves playing with. In addition to TMEA, Halie has also performed the Star-Spangled Banner at a Chicago White Socks game with nearly 30,000 attendees with the Permian High School Band and Orchestra (2018) and participated and performed at the internationally attended Sterling Bridge Festival in Scotland with Satin Strings (2019). 

            Today, Halie loves to teach harp and has several beginner students (and is looking to grow her studio). In the future she hopes to learn to teach the Suzuki method and also write harp music for students. She also enjoys playing harp for weddings and other events.


I'm always looking for new and exciting opportunities. Let's connect.

(432) 288-5000

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