Symphony Volunteers

The Mission Statement of the Colorado Symphony is “Creating extraordinary musical experiences that transport today’s listener, from the best of the past to the edge of the future.” Founded in 1989, the Colorado Symphony is the state’s only full-time professional orchestra. The Symphony is a true orchestra of the people; a cultural gem offering diverse programming of every genre performed in venues across the street.

The Colorado Symphony Association (CSA) is the legal entity that exists to operate the Colorado Symphony and its Mission. Besides the 80 full time musicians, the CSA employs a staff of management and experts in all fields needed to accomplish its responsibilities. As a non-profit performing arts organization, the organization requires a cadre of volunteers who support the staff and musicians in accomplishing these goals.

There are many opportunities available to those who share a love and interest for what we do. And, we can’t do it at the level we all desire without your help. We hope that you will consider joining us.

Symphony Ambassador

Greet patrons in the lobby and answer general directional questions.

Field Trip Greeter

Welcome students and teachers as they arrive for morning concerts.

Marketing and Research Data Volunteer

Assist in managing donor and patron data for Symphony Marketing department.

Box Office Will Call

Sort/arrange and then distribute will call tickets prior to Symphony performance.

Half-Notes Helper

Greet families participating in pre-concert crafts and activities, assist with setting up and tearing down the activities.

Development Events Assistant

Assist in Development activities such as Symphony Ball and other fundraising events.

Marketing Street Team

Distribution of Marketing materials around the city.

Merchandise Sales

Assist in basic cash transactions with merchandise sales.