VOLUNTEERS MAKE A DIFFERENCE
The Orchestra has been supported by dedicated volunteers since its founding. Opportunities for volunteering
include serving on the Board of Directors, participation in performing groups, internships, and involvement
with education, fundraising, and other activities.
The Orchestra salutes all the hard-working and dedicated volunteers who provide extraordinary service and
BENEFITS OF VOLUNTEERING
- You can make a difference by supporting one of Rhode Island's greatest treasures.
- You can enjoy the music of our orchestra and many other fine guest artists.
- You can meet other music lovers who want to support our orchestra.
Did you know that all of the talented musicians of the Orchestra are volunteers who donate their time and
musical abilities to present concerts throughout the greater Rhode Island area?
We are looking for talented adult musicians for the 2018 summer and holiday seasons. An audition is
required. Please contact Music Director Stephen Toro at (508) 254-6330 or [email protected] for
VOCALISTS AND OTHER GUEST PERFORMERS
Have you ever dreamed about singing, playing, or dancing in front of an orchestra? Through the years, the
Orchestra has collaborated with local artists and other performing arts organizations to bring entertainment
to audiences across the area. The Orchestra has worked with vocal soloists and ensembles, instrumental
soloists, bands, dance troupes, historical reenactors, and many others.
If you, or your organization is looking to collaborate with the Orchestra on performance opportunites, please
contact Music Director Stephen Toro at (508) 254-6330 or [email protected]
STUDENT MUSICAN PROGRAM
The Orchestra proudly supports a Student Musician Program. Each year, a select number of high school
seniors are given the opportunity to perform with the Orchestra for the entire season in order to enhance
their performing skills, and foster their musical growth. Student musicians are mentored by adults, and are
expected to attend all rehearsals and performances throughout the season. Most of our student musicians
intend to pursue music performance or music education as a major in college.
An audition is required. Contact Music Director Stephen Toro at (508) 254-6330 or [email protected]
for additional information.
The Orchestra is looking for dynamic, creative college students who wish to further their skills, knowledge,
and experience through a voluntary intership. You can help support one of the area's cultural institutions,
while receiving the exceptional opportunity for you to build your talents and expertise.
To inquire, contact Executive Director Peter T. Doiron at (401) 578-3978 or [email protected]