We OfferTherapeutic Music
Meet OurConcert Harpist
Daniella Clark, Ph.D., is a professional concert harpist who has formal education as a therapeutic musician. She has advanced training in serving people with disabilities and began playing harp at age 4.
Dr. Clark began performing with her harp in nursing homes at age 9. In 2011, she founded the Palouse area hospice music program and was the first trained hospice volunteer to offer music to local patients. That same year, she also became the first volunteer musician at Pullman Regional Hospital and a frequent volunteer at Avalon Nursing Home.
I’m committed to helping those in need and will continue to share the comfort of music with the elderly and the medically fragile.
Bringing Relief Through Music
Concert harp performances
Continued Training & Support
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Concert Harpist for Compassion relies on the continuous support and generosity from the community in order to help maintain our mission and vision for the future.