We love that you love the Symphony – now help us make the magic of music come alive for thousands of others! Start the season off on a high note and volunteer for The Phoenix Symphony. Whether you join us as a music enthusiast on our Young Professionals Board or help organize fundraising events, the Symphony has a place for you in our family. No musical experience necessary – just a passion for sharing the arts with our community.
The Phoenix Symphony Allegro
One of the fundraising arms of the Symphony dedicated to promoting music education and visibility of the Symphony in our community. Members host a variety of exciting events including the popular “Meet the Artist” and “Meet the Musicians” receptions, Symphony Strolls, and luncheons throughout the season. Join The Phoenix Symphony Allegro and be a part of the Mentoring Program, where you’ll help prepare thousands of students for their Symphony for the Schools concert experience.
Join us onstage and sing with the professional-level performing partner of The Phoenix Symphony! These talented individuals double as active volunteers for the Symphony. Auditions are held twice a year in August and January
This passionate and committed group acts as ambassadors for the Symphony by creating the greatest overall concert experience for our patrons. The Phoenix Symphony Friends also operate the Gift Shop in the lobby of Symphony Hall before concerts and during intermission. Various social activities are scheduled throughout the year
Phoenix Symphony Young Professionals
These leaders encourage and cultivate younger audience members’ interest in and commitment to the Symphony. The Phoenix Symphony Young Professionals create social events tied to a series of concerts throughout the year and generate opportunities to mingle with peers while experiencing an array of classical and popular music. For more information about the The Phoenix Symphony Young Professionals, click here.
Box Office, Courtesy Table and Office Volunteers
Volunteers staff the will-call office prior to each concert at Symphony Hall and help at the lobby Courtesy Table providing information to concertgoers. Office volunteers provide assistance to our administrative staff, including during the Symphony for The Schools program to assist children from the bus to Symphony Hall (volunteers get to enjoy the concert as well!)
For more information about any of these exciting volunteer opportunities and to Accompany Us in our dedication to arts and education in the community, please contact Karen Thorn at (602) 452-0420 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org