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
In the fall of 2006 a friend gave me a Conspirare CD. I was spellbound! For the next three weeks that was the only thing in my CD player. I learned the words to every song and sang along at the top of my lungs in my car. (I’m only a “wannabe” singer!) I was transported!
Soon after that I called Conspirare to inquire about volunteering. My first ushering job was Christmas at the Carillon 2006. Since then I’ve done a million different volunteer jobs for Conspirare – file music, stuff and stamp envelopes, organize the music library, mail music to the singers, sell CDs, work “Will Call” & ticket sales and of course ushering.
Being associated with Conspirare has been life-changing for me and even though I don’t sing, I’ve found lots of ways to help and be involved. And my husband and I were honored to support the creation and premiere of “Considering Matthew Shepherd” and it’s been a delight to see its success.
Conspirare re-awakened my love for singing and choral music. I remember as a child, singing along to 78 rpm albums of every popular Broadway musical. I am humbled to have been a Conspirare volunteer for over ten years and I look forward to another ten!