About Volunteering

The Claremont Music Scene is made possible by a network of like-minded people collaborating together. This is a central hub where you can find and connect with others around shared interests. Maybe you've considered hosting a jam session. Perhaps you have an idea for teaching a class: beginning synth, or make your own junkyard intruments, or learning rhythm via Steve Reich's Clapping Music. Yes, we can use more drum circles, children's marching band clubs, and listening parties. How about getting a few friends together in the park for some Parkaoke - open-air karaoke? Let's go out and create the things we want to see, find places to be creative, and lead by example.

Want to Help?

We welcome help and support from any person that acting in a positive and inclusive direction. If you’ve done something or are working on something related to music in our area, let us know and we will do our best to recognize and share your efforts to the wider community. We also have a more formalized volunteer program that encourages community members to work on designated projects related to directed efforts within the music scene.

Music Scene Volunteers

Volunteers propose a project to work on for something they’re interested in. (We can help) You’re encouraged to own it and make it your own experience. There’s no hard commitment but if you can average around one hour per month and share a brief update of your work you’ll be eligible as an official volunteer. Volunteers will receive or have access to:

  • Seasonal catered meals with the volunteer group
  • A profile page on the website for highlighting involvement and achievements
  • A stylish Claremont Music Scene T-shirt
  • Stickers, decals, and other swag

Volunteer Project Ideas


Good for planners and organizers. Also if you have creative space available at your business, venue, or property

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Getting Started

To become a volunteer, we ask that you attend a Volunteer Orientation Meeting. These are casual Zoom meetings that occur a few times per month at different times and days of the week in hopes of accommodating people’s differing schedules.

Meetings will last for a maximum of 30 minutes; many may be shorter depending on attendance and extent of open discussion.

Orientation Meeting Schedule

Monday Lunchtime Edition

You hadn't gotten any work done yet anyway
Next Meeting: Monday Sept. 14, 12pm

Tuesday Evening Edition

More fun than a political election
Next Meeting: Tuesday Sept. 15, 8pm

Sunday Afternoon Edition

Less commerials than the sports show
Next Meeting: Sunday Sept. 13, 3pm

Sign up to receive access information for the Volunteer Zoom Meetings. Replies are not automatic and may take up to a few days.