Friends of Music Hall Program Guides at a Tour & Education Programs meeting in October 2019

Program Volunteers

Program Volunteers are committed, caring and valuable to the success of the Friends of Music Hall and the Tour and Education Outreach Program. They are representatives of the Friends of Music Hall as well as ambassadors for the other resident companies of Cincinnati Music Hall, including the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Pops, Cincinnati Opera, Cincinnati Ballet, and the May Festival. Volunteers understand their responsibility is to always represent the organizations in a positive and presentable manner. Do you have a passion for Music Hall and the performing arts? Are you interested in volunteering? Call: 513.744.3293 or apply directly online on the Friends of Music Hall Volunteer website.

Friends of Music Hall volunteers are welcome to assist in a variety of ways

Program Guide Volunteers provide a deeper appreciation of the history of Cincinnati Music Hall through professional and entertaining tour and outreach experiences.
  • learn and lead in-depth, knowledgeable, professional and entertaining tours
  • learn and lead outreach programming for guests of all ages
  • continually strive to improve tours and techniques to engage their audience
  • represent the organization at Friends of Music Hall events
Schedules for Program Guides are flexible. Tours, both indoor and outdoor, are generally are conducted weekdays and Saturdays between 9am and 3pm. Occasionally tours occur on Sundays and evenings.
Content Curator Volunteers develop tour products and information that is entertaining, always factual and provides a deeper appreciation of the history of Cincinnati Music Hall. Content Curators:
  • work on pre-approved assignments
  • gather well-researched, credible source cited information
  • craft engaging narratives
  • help bring Cincinnati Music Hall's relevance to present day audiences
  • analyze and evaluate their products, including guest feedback
  • represent the organization at Friends of Music Hall events
Although not directly involved with product delivery, Content Curators work closely with Program Guides to further their knowledge of Music Hall. Schedules for Content Curators are flexible. Most work from home.   Friends of Music Hall Volunteers can be involved in the positions listed above, or support the organization's mission as Office Administrators or Event Assistants. These positions also have flexible hours and involves:
  • office duties such as filing and database updates
  • marketing outreach
  • assisting at special events such as Mighty Wurlitzer organ concerts with merchandise sales
As a Friends of Music Hall volunteer, you can make a difference in the lives of many people. Even better, professionals who volunteer can hone their skills, build their resumes, and expand their networks.
If you are interested in volunteering with Friends of Music Hall, or would like more information, call 513.744.3293 or apply online to become an Friends of Music Hall volunteer right now! Join our incredible group of people who volunteer for Friends of Music Hall!

Volunteers Needed for the Music Hall Welcome Desk

Are you a personable individual who wants to volunteer a few hours a week? In this position, volunteers are stationed at the Welcome Desk located in the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Box Office Lobby of Music Hall. As a Friends of Music Hall volunteer, you will greet the public, distribute brochures, give directions, provide mini-tours, and maintain a professional presence. Uniform and complimentary parking are provided. Shifts are Mon.-Fri., 10:30am to 12:30pm and 12:30pm to 2:30pm. Fill out an application online.

Friends of Music Hall volunteer Susan Westrick at the Music Hall Welcome Desk

Friends of Music Hall volunteer Susan Westrick at the Music Hall Welcome Desk
Friends of Music hall volunteer Ron Hoffman with a tour group in Springer Auditorium

Friends of Music hall volunteer Ron Hoffman with a tour group in Springer Auditorium
Volunteer/Board Member Thea Tjepkema leads an outdoor tour

Volunteer/Board Member Thea Tjepkema leads an outdoor tour