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Driving for Artists and Guest Musicians
This typically requires:
A clean, reliable car, (and person)
Willingness to pick-up guest artists and conductors to and from the airport, rehearsal, and performance, media, orchestral and social engagements. 
Reliability is the big thing here.  A detailed itinerary with pick-up and drop-off times, addresses and contact information is provided, and it is important it be followed. 
Rehearsals are during the week usually 7:30 -10pm and Friday 5 - 7:30 (typically arrive one hour before and leave right at the end.) The Saturday commitment is typically ALL Day (dress rehearsal in the AM, pre-concert lecture, concert, post-concert dinner) and Sunday most of the day, depending on whether there is a musicale or just airport drop-off. If there is a Sunday musicale, you are invited to stay for the event (and welcome to volunteer to work it, if YOU would like).  
The benefits of this are:
Spending time and getting to know the guest artists from all over the world. 
Attending the rehearsals while you wait (which is an incredibly exclusive thing, since most of the rehearsals are closed). 
Parking at Popejoy hall -either in a backstage spot or a paid for parking garage spot. 
If you are interested in being a driver, please contact:
Nancy Pressley-Naimark, Office Manager 
New Mexico Philharmonic
office: 505-323-4343



Concert volunteers play a major role in the experience of the attendees. Greeted with a  friendly smile, helped in locating their seats (not at Popejoy - they have their own ushers), shared information about NMP's  many performances and activities—all make a big difference in how the audience perceives the organization.

Depending on the venue, roles concert volunteers may choose include: Ticket Scanners, Greeters, NMP Information Table Staff, Backstage Monitors and Ushers.



A number of other events may be held in homes or other facilities. They may be casual or more formal, but all are important to the ongoing support of the NM Philharmonic. The duties vary depending on the type of event. At times we participate as an exhibitor at various events. If you are interested in working some of these social and public events, please indicate so on your Contact Sheet.


We are always in need of licensed alcohol servers!!  If you'd like to help in this capacity, we will be happy to reimburse you for the cost of your license.  


Contact Anne at guild@nmphil.org for more information.



NMPhil Guild

Are you good at throwing parties?

Is organization your thing?

Do you want to be sure that you can see certain concerts?

We need some people who want to be part of the NMPhil Guild Leadership Team for next season!  

Open Positions (for 9/2019 to 8/2022 - 2 yr term ) include:  

*  Gala Lead - 

*  Membership Secretary -  

*  Computer/Internal Support - 

*  Concert Support Leaders

*  Social Lead



Contact Anne at guild@nmphil.org for more information.

2019/20 Training & Orientation

 Training for this season will be on 9/10/19 from

5 p.m. to 7 p.m. 

Holy Cross Lutheran Church

6901 Wyoming Blvd N.E. 

A light supper will be provided. 

 We always do on-the-job training too!

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New Mexico Philharmonic
3035 Menaul Blvd NE #2 Albuquerque, NM 87107

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 21428

Albuquerque, NM 87154    
Phone: (505) 323 - 4343 

Email: guild@nmphil.org


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