League Volunteer CouncilIn This Section
The League Volunteer Council is made up of recognized community leaders who have demonstrated outstanding support for their orchestras and who are committed to the goals of the League of American Orchestras. Our Council members represent volunteer associations affiliated with orchestras from coast to coast and across the entire spectrum of budget tiers. Their leadership provides representation, support, and professional development to volunteer delegates throughout the country via quarterly publications (called “Volunteer Notes“), the volunteer project database, strategic conversations for Presidents and Presidents Elect (a series of Zoom meetings in the Fall on topics pertinent to their new leadership roles and responsibilities), and programming at the League’s National Conference. The Council is committed to the ongoing education of its members to meet the current and future needs of volunteer associations in support of their orchestras.
For specific questions about the Volunteer Council, please reach out to League Liaison Danielle Clarke-Newell at email@example.com to be directed to the proper Council member.
Banner: Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, The Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Benjamin Zander, photographed in concert November 2019. Photo: Perfect Bokeh Photography, Paul Marotta