Concert volunteers make our live performance events successful. Customer service is key and it goes a long way when handing out programs, helping patrons find their seats, and greeting concertgoers in the lobby. Working with staff from Ardrey Auditorium, FSO volunteers truly make a difference in the experience of a concert-goer. The best perk is getting a complimentary concert ticket for each shift worked!
Beyond the concert hall performances, the FSO hosts numerous exciting events throughout the year. The FSO is known for community gatherings like the gala, Sippin wine event, and new this year, a 5k run and golf tournament. Are you passionate about event planning and community outreach? Each special event has its own committee of volunteers! If a commitment to join a committee isn’t up your alley, we always need volunteers for the day of the event. Reach out to find out more on how to get involved with special events!
The FSO always needs help delivering flyers around town, which is great if you enjoy fresh air and being active! In the office, the FSO has mailing projects which would include stuffing envelopes, creating labels, and writing notes to patrons. From time to time the FSO needs help with computer tasks like database management and content creation. These are just a few examples of what a volunteer can do to help the FSO run smoothly during the weeks leading up to a concert.
If you’re interested in joining our team of volunteers, call our office at 928.774.5107 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Work with a long-standing non profit in our community, build skills and gain experience. A 3 to 6 month long internship is a phenomenal way to expand your resume and take the next step in your career. Please see the Employment Page for current openings.
Flagstaff Symphony Guild
This dynamic and successful auxiliary of the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra was organized almost 60 years ago to provide support for FSO through volunteer service and fundraising.
The group socializes, strategizes, and plans fundraisers, events, and social gatherings.
The Guild’s annual program includes hosting the annual Flagstaff Home Tour, sponsoring the popular Lollipop Concert for children in the winter holiday season, and providing dinner for the orchestra at the July 4th concert.
For more information call board president Connie McDonald at 928-774-1424 or Mary Hostetler at 928-522-0549.