Everyone at the [Glacier Symphony] has been welcoming and very supportive in helping me learn the various roles. It is a privilege to feel like I’ve participated in bringing such quality music to the community. – Patricia Jaquith

[A well organized group – pleasure to volunteer for. – Maureen Hein

We love the experiences we have had over the years. We enjoy the people we have met and the music is so wonderful along with all the theater programs. – Barb & Bill Klein

I love the Symphony choices of music and venues and when I learned that I could be a volunteer I was thrilled.  Each volunteer I meet is nicer than the next.   I tell everyone to consider volunteering! – Pam Beyer

Concert Attire

As a volunteer for the Glacier Symphony, you are representing a professional organization. We appreciate you presenting a neat and professional appearance! Attire should be white on the top and black on the bottom (or some combination of black and white), unless told otherwise for special events. We recommend a sweater, blouse, button-down shirt, dress, skirt, or pants (no jeans please) and nice black shoes.

General Expectations

Please plan to arrive 1 hour and 15 minutes before the concert unless otherwise instructed. During the concert or event, volunteers are often expected to remain at their assigned posts. Volunteers are the last to enter the concert hall and the first to leave.