Rockport Music Volunteers
Support Rockport Music by Volunteering!
Rockport Music offers numerous opportunities for people to get involved. Performances at Rockport Music would not be possible without the help of our Volunteers each season who fill a variety of positions in almost every department. The dedication and enthusiasm of our Volunteers allows us to open our doors and provide outstanding cultural programming to Rockport and the surrounding communities. With so many events, one of our largest volunteer areas is at concerts with ushering or concession work, but we have numerous other opportunities for getting involved—from stuffing letters for mailings to working as a docent.
Volunteer positions include but are not limited to:
Hand out programs
Help patrons find their seats
Assist with selling artist CD and merchandise sales
Provide general information to patrons
Assist with seating issues
Inform patrons of Shalin Liu Performance Center amenities, when appropriate
Assist with Will Call before an event
Assist in the setup and breakdown of concessions before and after an event
Sell concession items before an event and during intermission (must be 18 years old)
Handling concessions cash
Host tours of the Shalin Liu Performance Center or welcome guests wishing to gather information about the Hall or simply see the beautiful concert hall.
Assist with ticket, marketing or special event mailings
Answer phones, organize printed tickets for mailings, data entry, etc.
Distribute promotional materials within the community
Provide transportation or housing for visiting artists
In order to get involved, please download and complete the Volunteer Interest Form and mail it to :
16 Main Street,
Rockport, MA 01966
Or deliver the form to the Box Office at 16 Main Street in Rockport. For additional questions, contact Michelle Alekson at email@example.com or call Michelle at 978.546.7391 ext. 111.
You can also find the Rockport Music Volunteers on Facebook!
PHOTO CREDITS: Header: Paul Carey Goldberg
Side Photo: Michael Lutch Photography