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
Michel has lived in Austin since 1998, and Conspirare has been a big part of her life since first having the honor of singing with the Symphonic Choir two years ago for the “French Connection” Concert at the time the Paris attacks happened. It struck a chord with her and shortly after, as a supporter who wanted to assist with the production side of concerts, becoming an ambassador was a continuation of that fellowship and mission of touching lives with the organization. Working as an ambassador, she finds inspiration among the committed individuals who work so hard to keep the arts alive and going in the Austin community. She uses that inspiration as she finishes her education as a candidate for a Bachelor of Music Studies with Choral Emphasis from University of Texas, and has performed with many choral groups including University of Texas Chamber Singers and The new Austin Cantorum. As the assistant music director of contemporary acappella group, Carpe Sono, they performed under the direction of Pitch Perfect’s Music Director, Deke Sharon, at Carnegie Hall in New York City in April 2017. Michel is so grateful to be a part of a team of dedicated ambassadors who make Conspirare performances a reality so that the organization can continue to touch hearts and lives through music.