Conspirare offers a variety of opportunities to join its musical circle through gifts of time, energy, and talent.
Concert ambassadors serve as ticket takers, ushers, and CD sellers at performances. Office volunteers work at Conspirare headquarters on special projects such as music library upkeep, archiving press clippings, and yes, stuffing envelopes. Hosting volunteers house out-of-town Conspirare singers and instrumentalists during concert series.
Volunteer roles are assigned according to interests and skills, and training is provided as needed. Send us an email to find out how you can be a part of the circle of Conspirare.
Featured Conspirare Ambassador
Melissa has lived in Austin since 1996, and for many of those years has sung with Craig Johnson through the University of Texas School of Music choral program, the Victoria Bach Festival, and with Conspirare Symphonic. Over time, she has enjoyed seeing Conspirare take root and grow to reach a broad and diverse community, and bridge generations of singers and listeners.
As a singer and supporter (and fan!), assisting with the production side of concerts became a natural extension of fellowship within the organization, to aiding the wonderful individuals who make Conspirare run. Melissa is an operational and grants management professional at the University of Texas’ Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Life, working with research programs and initiatives that help increase civic discovery and involvement, enhance the quality of communication, and educate and inspire people to connect with their communities—a mission she believes shares much with Conspirare’s role in the community!