The gears that keep the GSO in motion.
Please see below for available opportunities.
Violin 1 & 2, 3-4 positions
Viola 1-2 positions
Cello 2 positions
Trumpet 1 position
Audition requirements: 2 selections of contrasting style about 2-3 minutes each.
Volunteer musicians perform on classics, holiday, and special performances. Please note: we may be able to offer compensation on a case-by-case basis for some concerts. In the past, these have included performances with Amy Grant & Michael W. Smith, Zelda Live, Weird Al, and others.
Please click here to contact us and request to be placed on the volunteer audition list. We will then email you when an audition date is available. Volunteer auditions occur throughout the season as needed.
Auditions are held on a rolling basis during the summer and throughout the season. During the audition, Music Director Bryan Black will evaluate vocal range and quality, pitch memory and music-reading skills. Singers should prepare a short selection of their own choice.
Rehearsals for the chorus during the season are held on Tuesdays, 7:30PM-10:00PM at the Marietta Performing Arts Center.
For more information or to arrange an audition, please contact us.
The Georgia Symphony Orchestra welcomes volunteers to assist with the box office and the seating of patrons for each event throughout our season.
As a Georgia Symphony volunteer, you have the opportunity to learn in a variety of different behind-the-scene environments, from working with students in music education programs to raising funds at special benefit events. You also have the chance to meet other people along the way who share your love of symphonic music and your desire to make a difference our community’s cultural life.
Our volunteers are critical to our continued efforts and achieving the mission of your Georgia Symphony Orchestra.
Our Volunteer Commitment to You:
We will offer you meaningful work that truly matters to the mission and vision of your Georgia Symphony.
We will give you the opportunity to expand your awareness and appreciation of symphonic music.
We will give you assignments that allow you to grow in organizational and leadership skills.
We will provide forums in which you can interact with other people who are passionate about outstanding symphonic music.
We will thank you frequently and profusely for your contributions, and we will mean it!
To volunteer, contact us!
The Board of Trustees is responsible for the sound management and promotion of the Georgia Symphony Orchestra and all of its components.
Those interested in gaining more information about serving as a trustee on the board or in a reduced capacity on our advisory board are encouraged to contact us here.