Red Note Foundation is seeking a talented individual to join our team as our Orchestra Manager. While the needs for this position will vary, we are asking for no more than 4 - 7 hours per week from this position. The position descrtipion is listed below and can also be found here. If you have interest in this volunteer position, please complete the form below. Thank you for your support and interest in Red Note Foundation. (* = required field)

Orchestra Manager

Reports to: Technology Director

Type: Volunteer, non-paid

Location: Arizona based or Remote


Red Note Foundation's mission is to Beautify the world through the promotion of music education and performance.

Red Note Foundation was formed to continue what Kristen Hooker started: Serving her fellow man, beautifying the world with music, and honoring her God through service, and self-improvement. Kristen believed that music had an ability to touch one’s soul and improve one’s life. Red Note Foundation is dedicated to helping students and individuals gain the music education they seek while offering them opportunities to perform that will build character and showcase their talents.

Help us continue the legacy Kristen wasn’t able to complete. Let’s Keep the Music Playing!


Reporting to the Technology Director, the Orchestra Manager will guide the Annual Benefit Concert Orhcestra and its members towards success while supporting Red Note Foundation’s mission. The Orchestra Manager will be a leader and motivator for the volunteer orhcestral musicians. Specific responsibilities include:

Attend all rehearsals and server as a member of the orchestra;

Arrive to rehearsals early to setup choir seating;

Coordinate music delivery to all choir members;

Provide Technology Director with contact information updates;

Monitor choir member attendance in accordance with Choir & Orchestra Member Agreement;

Ensure effective communication of all announcements, updates, and other information to all choir members;

Support the Concert Conductor and Choir Rehearsal Technician to coordinate sectionals or other rehearsals as needed;

Other duties as assigned.


Orchestal talent and group performance experience;

Relationship builder with the flexibility and finesse to lead by example;

High energy, maturity, and leadership with the ability to serve as a member of a unifying force;

Excellent writing, editing, and verbal communication skills;

Sincere commitment to working collaboratively with all constituent groups including staff, board members, volunteers, donors, program participants, and other supporters.

If you have interest in applying for this volunteer position, please complete the fields below and we will contact you shortly with an update and the next steps.