A graduate of Furman, Anita Burroughs-Price returned to her alma mater
to teach harp and serve as the head of the harp division. Before joining
our faculty, she taught at the University of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Wake Forest
University, St. Mary's School, and the South Carolina Governor's School
for the Arts.
As a performer, Burroughs-Price is principal harpist with the North
Carolina Symphony. She has also performed as a soloist with the Durham
Symphony, the South Carolina Chamber Orchestra, the Piccolo Spoleto
Festival, and England's Brighton Palace.
In addition to large performances, she has supported the arts through
her volunteer performances for many charities, churches, synagogues and
civic groups. This work includes performing in soup kitchens, prisons,
Red Cross hurricane shelters, hospitals, and at the bedside of
terminally ill patients.