January 2019 Volunteer Orientation Dates

Get involved with Tosco Music as a volunteer! 

Tosco Music has a great community of volunteers who help make Tosco Music Parties happen five times a year and also help with hospitality and other needs at TMP's, Tosco Music Open Mic every month, and other outreach activities in the community throughout the year. Become a volunteer to help with FABFEST - Charlotte's Beatles Festival - or to sing in senior communities, help weekdays in the office, or pass on Tosco Music news on social media as part of the Share Team. 

To get started, attend a Volunteer Orientation!

January 2019 Volunteer Orientations (attend one only): 
12:00-1:30pm - Friday, January 18 
6:00-7:30pm - Wednesday, January 23 
9:00-10:30am - Saturday, January 26 
4:30-6:00pm - Monday, January 28

Tosco Music Office  
4953 Albemarle Road  
-near the intersection of Sharon Amity 
-in the CAM Building 
-facing Greenbrook Drive and Precision AutoTune

Volunteer Opportunities include:

Tosco Music Parties – hospitality, set up, raffles and merch table
Tosco Music Open Mic – hospitality and media team
Other Community Outreach - Senior Singalongs, public events
Tosco Music Office – general program support
Share Commitee - repost 1-4 designated announcements per year 

How to sign up for a Volunteer Orientation?
Use the Contact Form on the website

What Volunteers Say:

"Music creates a common bond across many diversities. It is great to witness this bond occur at every Tosco Music Party and we are grateful to be part of that experience."  -Ed & Allison Binder

"Tosco Music is an opportunity to sing out of the shower. So the chance to volunteer and help others have the chance to experience that joy is important to me. It is also like another family for me because all of the people are so generous and kind and devoted." -Wendy Clarke

"I like what Tosco Music stands for, I like their Open Mic nights and the Tosco Music Parties. Also, I get to work in the positive environment while getting volunteer hours for school." -Annie Odom