San Luis Obispo Symphony is looking for enthusiastic volunteers who are interested in supporting the performing arts. SLO Symphony believes that music is for everybody. We are committed to providing a unique cultural experience and vital music education opportunities to communities throughout the Central Coast.
The SLO Symphony is currently seeking volunteer to help the Symphony team with administrative work, help with our Music Education program, and volunteer fundraisers. If you're interested in music and learning more about how nonprofit organizations run, then volunteering with the SLO Symphony might just be right for you!
All volunteer opportunities adhere to the CDC social distancing guidelines and PPE will be provided for individuals who don't have masks.
75 Higuera St., Suite 160, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401, US
The Mission of the San Luis Obispo Symphony is to support an outstanding community orchestra, to foster symphonic and chamber music education, and to contribute to the cultural and economic vitality of the central coast community.
The SLO Symphony was incorporated in 1961 and, in its 57-year history, has grown significantly to become a leading arts institution in the community with 70 orchestra members. The Symphony produces 12+ concerts per year in San Luis Obispo County and educates local youth through a large Youth Symphony program with six ensembles and music education programs that has 10 school-based programs, a Music Van that visits local schools and a Musical Petting Zoo that attends community events. The Symphony music education programs have touched more than 16,000 youth per year in it 54-year tenure.
In 2017-18, the San Luis Obispo Symphony welcomes its new music director Andrew Sewell who will program and conduct the Classics in the Cohan concert series, the New Years Eve POPS concert and its Chamber series. For further information, please visit slosymphony.org.
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75 Higuera StreetSuite 160San Luis Obispo, CA93401