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To audition Anita for your event, select one of the songs from the set list below the music player. For a list of songs in Anita's repertoire and to confirm her availability for the date of your event contact SeaSoundStudio.

If you wish to purchase Anita's acclaimed CD, "Healing Touch", click here for an order form.

Performance Fees

Anita's fee for a performance begins at $400 and depends upon the duration and location of the performance.  Please contact SeaSoundStudio for pricing information if you would like to combine Anita's harp music with a violinist, cellist or other instrumentalists. 

"Carolina Traveler" features a day in the life of harpist Anita-Burroughs-Price. Produced by Emmy award winners Mike Redding (writer) and Andy Benton (photographer).  First airing on WUNC-TV (NBC) on Saturday, March 29, 2008, this program includes Anita's playing for seriously ill individuals, interviews with Grant Llewellyn, director of the North Carolina Symphony, and features a symphony concert at UNC-Chapel Hill.

For a complete listing of concerts by the NC Symphony with which Anita is harpist, please go to



Ms. Burroughs-Price is principal harpist with the North Carolina Symphony.  She has also appeared as soloist with the North Carolina Symphony, Durham Symphony, Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle, Hendersonville Symphony and the South Carolina Chamber Orchestra.  She frequently appears in solo recital and has been featured in the Piccolo Spoleto Festival and in England's Brighton Palace.

Her memorable performances include a recital with Grammy winner, Branford Marsalis, and a duo appearance with Marilyn Keiser--world renowned organist and professor at Indiana University.  In addition to the pedal harp, her recitals often include harps from Ireland, Africa, Paraguay, and a rare Erard single-action harp from England.

She is a graduate of Furman University with a double major in French and Harp Performance. She earned the Master of Music degree from Yale University which also awarded her the illustrious Alumni Prize.  In 1985, she received a Rotary International Fellowship for post-graduate study with Marisa Robles at London's Royal College of Music where she earned diplomas in harp performance and harp pedagogy.  Her other teachers include Catherine Michel of the Paris Opera and Nancy Allen in Aspen.

A devoted educator, Ms. Burroughs-Price is often sponsored by institutions for cultural arts presentations and appears under the auspices of the United Arts Council's Artists-in Education program. She is the head of the harp department at Furman University and has served on the faculty of UNC Chapel Hill, UNC-Charlotte, Wake Forest University, St. Mary's School and the South Carolina Governor's School for the Arts.

Ms. Burroughs-Price supports the arts through her volunteer performances for many charities, churches, synagogues and civic groups. She has performed in soup kitchens, prisons, Red Cross hurricane shelters, hospitals and at the bedside of terminally ill patients. In 1999, she was awarded the Raleigh Medal of the Arts, the city's highest award, for her "outstanding artistry and humanitarian service."

Ms. Burroughs-Price's recording, Healing Touch, won the 2006 Excellence in Media Silver Angel Award.

Concert with Durham Choral Society conductor, Rodney Wynkoop: "The program consisted of three important compositions--Britten's "Ceremony of Carols," presented in an edition for mixed chorus by Julius Harrison. . . . The harpist was Anita Burroughs-Price, one of our region's great artistic treasures. It's probably safe to say that if this concert had consisted of nothing more than her solo harp Interlude (number seven of the Britten work), the trek to Durham would still have been worthwhile."

--John Lambert and William Thomas Walker


Recital with Grammy-winner Branford Marsalis: "The biggest challenge of the work (Villa Lobos "Quatuor") is found in the harp part... Burroughs-Price handled the challenge both gallantly and beautifully."

--Timothy Holly,


Recital with NC Symphony Flutist Mary Boone and World-Renowned Organist Marilyn Keiser: "Burroughs-Price seemed to breeze through the many virtuosic passages (of Mozart's Concerto for Flute and Harp) effortlessly.... Burroughs-Price returned to play "Aria in Classic Style" for Harp and Organ by Marcel Grandjany. This was the highlight of the evening for me as the harp got its chance to shine via one of the great composers for the instrument. In this lyrical, romantic work, the two instruments complimented each other in a heartfelt performance."

--Jeffrey Rossman,



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