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Lullaby of Broadway 11/16 - Symphony Volunteers

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ORGANIZATION: Springfield Symphony

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Join the Springfield Symphony Orchestra as they partner with the MSU Musical Theater Program and Broadway stars Josh Young and Emily Padgett in a production of Carousel. The Symphony will need volunteers to help with the following:

  • Taking pictures for Springfield Symphony attendees at our step-and repeat photo opportunity
  • Setting up food and drink at intermission reception for VIP donors and sponsors
  • Attending marketing tables pre-concert
  • Tearing down marketing signage
  • Assisting staff members with additional concert needs

All volunteers should arrive by 5:30pm. Volunteering will last until roughly 9:30pm. If you have any questions or concerns prior to volunteering, feel free to reach out to the Springfield Symphony Events Coordinator at events@springfieldmosymphony.org.

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About Springfield Symphony

Location:

411 N. Sherman Parkway, Springfield, MO 65802, US

Mission Statement

Mission Statement The Springfield Symphony's mission is to provide the highest level of symphonic music and music education to all of Southwest Missouri, with a balance of artistic interest and sound fiscal responsibility.

Description

About Us

The Springfield Symphony Orchestra (SSO) is Southwest Missouri's largest regional, professional orchestra and is one of two of the oldest arts organizations in Springfield. Each Symphony season includes nine subscription monthly concerts - six classical and three pops concerts; two free community concerts - a Halloween concert and a Holiday concert; and Education & Outreach programming. Symphony musicians are auditioned, hold a lifetime seat and are paid professionals.

The SSO was founded in 1934 after a group of Springfield High School (no known as Central High School) students approached their music teacher, James Robertson, about forming a civic orchestra. With Robertson as the conductor, the orchestra performed its first concert on February 26, 1935, in Clara Thompson Hall, on the campus of then Drury College. In 1936 a Board of Directors was formed and in 1942 the symphony joined 39 other orchestras from across the country in founding the American Symphony Orchestra League.

CAUSE AREAS

Arts & Culture
Children & Youth
Community
Arts & Culture, Children & Youth, Community

WHEN

Sat Nov 16, 2024
05:30 PM - 09:30 PM

WHERE

525 S John Q Hammons PkwySpringfield, MO 65806

(37.20465,-93.28295)
 

SKILLS

  • Food & Beverage Services
  • Music Arts
  • Photography
  • Ushering
  • Community Outreach
  • Stage Management

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+
  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 18
  • 4 hours
  • Business casual dress. This is a semi-formal event. No jeans, athletic wear, shorts, strapless tops, hats, or sneakers.

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