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ORGANIZATION: Lyric Chamber Music Society

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2022-23 season

Lyric Chamber Music Society presents live-concerts in a beautiful and intimate live-room setting of an upper east side townhouse in Manhattan. Our schedule is listed at Our musicians also conduct music workshops in NYC schools, recitals at retirement homes and other venues across the tri-state and beyond.

We seek volunteers who can assist our Executive Director, both at our concerts, and for a range of administrative tasks on non-concert dates at the office. The volunteer would help with various aspects of concert preparation, plus supporting at each concert, which would include ticket collection, program booklets, stage set-up, artist coordination, audience engagement and help during post-concert Wine Receptions.

Essential skills: Must have an interest in classical music; people skills and availability the day before and day of each concert (program dates for 2022/23 season are already published on our website). You must be organized, energetic, reliable and able to commit to the full 2022-2023 season.

You will be one of at least four volunteers that will work together and build comradery with our patrons, audience and musicians. For volunteers with more time to give, there is the opportunity to contribute more to building our organization and help expand our community outreach.

We strongly recommend you review our musical endeavors on our website for additional information. If interested, please email us describing your relevant skills and experiences, clearly stating why you are interested in volunteering for our cause.

Thank you!

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About Lyric Chamber Music Society


157 Columbus Avenue, Suite 414, New York, NY 10023, US

Mission Statement

It is the Lyric Chamber Music Society of New York’s mission to provide a forum to today’s finest performers to explore and expand the repertoire of chamber music in the intimate setting for which it was written. We discover, nurture and introduce today’s exceptional young virtuosos to a wide audience. We train and educate tomorrow’s performers, creative thinkers and music lovers with our education programs centered around student created art in music, drama, and creative writing. Through the arts we teach basic and advanced skills of learning and creative problem solving needed to succeed in a modern global society.


Now celebrating its 25th season, the Lyric Chamber Music Society of New York presents classical music and cutting-edge repertoire in an intimate salon setting -- as it was intended. Our concerts have been described as a "quintessential New York concert experience," and we cater to music lovers, students, and connoisseurs from all over the world.

The unique Lyric experience offers up-close exposure to rising stars as well as Concert Masters and Principal Players from leading orchestras. Join us as Lyric nurtures and discovers talent, giving opportunity to perform for an appreciative New York audience.

Lyric also provides numerous performance engagements to musicians in the form of recitals and community engagement programs across the country. To help ensure tomorrow’s audience for classical music, we are actively involved in music education workshops and committed to broadening our initiative in under-served schools with and without music programs.


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We'll work with your schedule.


Multiple locations New York, NY 10065



  • Music Arts
  • Administrative Support
  • Program Management
  • Arts Administration
  • Stage Management


  • Teens
  • People 55+


  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Primary work would be on concert dates (4-5 hours). Non-Concert dates, would vary from 1-4 hours a month. You can work remotely or from our co-work office space on non-concert dates, when help is needed.

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