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The Charlotte Symphony is a nonprofit organization that welcomes the generous help of community volunteers. Each season, various departments offer volunteer opportunities from fundraising campaigns and events, to stagehand operations, to helping prepare for educational programming that positively impacts the lives of area youth.
Ongoing opportunities are for volunteers that wish to commit to a weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly schedule.
Event-specific opportunities are for volunteers that are interested in one-and-done jobs based upon their availability.
We appreciate your interest in helping us spread our mission of delivering exceptional musical experiences!
Ticket and Marketing
Ticket and marketing volunteers perform general office help such as answering phones, taking messages, filing, conducting on line research, data entry and spreadsheet work.
Season ticket mailing in July and August 2019
Development volunteers work regularly, performing a variety of tasks in partnership with development staff, including donor thank-you calls, writing donor thank-you notes, and assistance with mailings.
Education and Community Engagement
Family Series Pre-Concert Festivals:Volunteers help before and after the event with set-up and breakdown and work at one of the craft or musical activity stations during the festival.
Pro-Am:Local amateur musicians play alongside the professional musicians of the CSO. The event includes both a rehearsal and community performance. Duties include assisting with check-in/registration, assisting the amateur musicians, setting up/cleaning up the meal, and other logistics as assigned.
Charlotte Symphony Youth Orchestra
Volunteers will assist at weeklyCharlotte Symphony Youth Orchestrarehearsals by aiding in set-up and breakdown of rehearsal spaces, monitoring entrances to rehearsal building, and more duties as needed week-to-week
Volunteers will assist at individual Youth Orchestra Events, such as concerts, auditions, and socials. Performing duties such as handing out programs or collecting tickets, running students to audition rooms, aiding in set-up and breakdown of event spaces, and more.
Project Harmonyvolunteers work with students, assist teachers and site coordinators, and perform other duties related to day-to-day needs in our weekly after school program
Assisting with Project Harmony events, such as concerts and open houses, by performing duties such as passing out programs and flyers, setting up performance spaces, and more as needed
If you are interested in supporting your Symphony by volunteering your time, please fill out the form below and someone from the Symphony staff will be in touch.