From 1980 to the present, volunteers have contributed countless hours of service supporting the arts. We simply couldn’t work without the hundreds of dedicated individuals who donate their time and talents each year. Annually, this saves Overture Center over $400,000 in labor costs!
Overture Center is always looking for enthusiastic, customer service oriented individuals to become Volunteer Ushers. Our ushers provide invaluable services by assisting guests to their seats, answering questions, and most importantly, creating a pleasant and welcoming environment for our guests. As a Volunteer Usher, you will have an opportunity to meet many new people as well as see performances.
This dedicated group of individuals provide free guided tours of Overture Center. Tours are provided on select Saturdays. Group tours are also scheduled in advance. For more information regarding tours, click here.
Tour Guides must have extensive knowledge of the history of Overture Center and the facility. It is recommended to start as a Volunteer Usher and express interest in being a Tour Guide after learning more about Overture Center.
Located in the Rotunda Lobby, the Information Desk is a central point of contact for guests who may be attending an event or meeting in any of the many spaces of Overture Center. Information Desk Volunteers must be extremely familiar with the layout of Overture Center and keep up with the many activities going on in the building. In addition, Information Desk Volunteers are responsible for checking out assisted listening devices and other devices to assist guests. If we don’t know, we will find out! It is required that an individual work as a Volunteer Usher first to become familiar with all the different spaces, facility layouts and common procedures.