Conspirare offers a variety of opportunities for individuals and corporations 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.
In October of 2018, Conspirare launched its first ever Corporate Ambassador program. Says Henry Leighton, President of CAS Consulting and Services, Inc., “CAS is so appreciative of the new Conspirare opportunity of being ‘Corporate Ambassadors.’ CAS covered the Big Sing at the new Austin Central Library and the staff are still talking about it months later. We were given the chance to combine an important team-building need with supporting a world-class organization, while letting our stodgy ‘engineer hair’ down. It was so fun, and we’ll do it again!”
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
“I participate with Conspirare because, in so doing I surround myself with the most inspiring people. Whether singing under the direction of Craig Hella Johnson and the other profoundly experienced and talented Conspirare musical leaders orAustin Symphony’s Peter Bay, I know every Conspirare practice or performance will be inspiring.”
Now in his 10th year with Conspirare, Bill’s service as an Ambassador includes helping with administration, stage setup, and performance assistance. Bill is not a musician by training, but a U.S. Navy nuclear submarine officer turned military scientific intelligence analyst, turned economist, turned patent & trademark lawyer. The Conspirare standards of personal excellence, musical development, and community building inspire Bill, as he grows in both his music and his profession of high technology, legal rights and regional economic development.