During ten years of performing together, they have been featured in recitals in Hong Kong, New York City, New Orleans, Atlanta, and have releasedtwocompactdiscs, Crimson (2016) and Renderings (2019), featuring works commissioned by the duo. Collaborative composers include Libby Larsen, Paul Patterson, Gary Schocker, Patricio da Silva, and Kirsten Soriano.
JAYMEE HAEFNER is the Associate Professor of Harp and Director of Graduate Studies for the University of North Texas College of Music. Dr. Haefner has performed worldwide (Los Angeles, Colorado, Mexico, the Czech Republic, Russia, Hong Kong, New York City, New Orleans, Atlanta). She regularly writes for The Harp Column and has published two books: The Legend of Henriette Renié and One Stone to the Building: Henriette Renié’s Life Through Her Works for Harp. She has served on the AHS Board of Directors and Foundation, the World Harp Congress, the USA International Harp Competition, and has adjudicated harp competitions world-wide (USA, Hong Kong, Italy). She holds BM and MM degrees from the University of Arizona, and the DM degree from Indiana University Jacobs School of Music.
MATTHEW MILEWSKI joined the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra in 2010 and performs regularly with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. He has performed on numerous soundtracks including Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, True Grit, and Did You Hear About the Morgans. After studies with Julia Bushkova at the Interlochen Arts Academy, Matt attended Indiana University for undergraduate studies in performance and earned a Performer Diploma under the tutelage of Yuval Yaron. He received his MM in orchestral performance from Manhattan School of Music, where his teachers included Glenn Dicterow, Lisa Kim and Yoko Takebe.