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Harpist Ruth Moskop

Ruth Moskop, PhD, Clinical Musician Intern at Wake Forest Baptist, plays a Thormalen ‘Cygnet’ harp in the NICU.

Staneslow, Sunita

World renowned therapeutic harpist Sunita Staneslow plays in the NICU.

Therapeutic Harps

Therapeutic music is played live at the bedside and fosters healing while offering a blanket of soothing sound.

Harpist in the NICU

Kristin Russell, RN, NICU, (left) and an infant patient enjoy Staneslow's calming music.

Pam Thomas, RN, BSN

“It was just amazing,” said Pam Thomas, RN, BSN, NICU, after experiencing the positive impact that five minutes of therapeutic music had on her patient. 

Naomi Allen and Infant

Sunita Staneslow played soft and comforting harp music for Naomi Allen (right) and her son Vincent.

Rainbow Harps

After visiting those in the NICU, Staneslow played the harp with the Rainbow Harps group in the Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Staneslow in CCC

Staneslow also gave some pointers to the Rainbow Harpists.

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