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Bringing Solace of Music to Those Who Need It Most

Even three decades into it, harpist Anita Burroughs-Price views her musical career as an impossible dream come true. It’s one of the reasons that Burroughs-Price, who teaches in the Furman Music Department, dedicates much of her time to her unusual form of charity—playing music for the sick and dying, the incarcerated, and others who might find solace in the strains of the instrument often thought to make heavenly music. Burroughs-Price was featured in The News & Observer in Raleigh, N.C.

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