Volunteering2018-08-23T10:50:09+00:00

Volunteering

Are you interested in contributing to the arts and cultural life in our community?  No prior experience is necessary and all training is provided for anyone who wishes to volunteer for the Plano Symphony Orchestra.

Volunteers are the heart of the Plano Symphony Orchestra.  The moment you walk into the Eisemann Center for Performing Arts or St. Andrew United Methodist Church, volunteers are making a difference.  You can give as much time as you like, with a multitude of opportunities.

  • Greet patrons at concerts

  • Usher at St. Andrew concerts

  • Provide assistance and refreshments at receptions

  • Offer assistance in the executive office

  • Get involved in our annual fundraising Gala or education events

Plano Symphony volunteers are ambassadors to the communities we serve and we hold them in high regard for all they do to promote the rich concert experience our symphony provides. They are critical in our efforts to achieve and maintain the mission of the Plano Symphony Orchestra:

"It is the mission of our orchestra to inspire, educate, entertain and involve the children, youth and adults of our community in the enjoyment of great music".

Volunteering for the Plano Symphony Orchestra offers you the opportunity to become more engaged in the Symphony and its service to the community, the chance to interact with our musicians, and most importantly, feeling the satisfaction of personally contributing to the arts.

How to Get Involved

Volunteering

If any of these opportunities interest you, or if you would like further information, click the button below.

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Plano Symphony Guild

The Guild is the Plano Symphony Orchestra Association’s volunteer support organization. Learn how you can join the Guild.

Learn More About Guild
Applause

Need a way to earn service hours for school? Join other community teens with the Plano Symphony Applause. Through Applause teens assist at concerts and various orchestra functions. These teen volunteers range in age from 13 to 18 and serve as youthful ambassadors to the community. They receive credit for service hours performed.

Sign Up for Applause