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Fall, 2015, Volume 7, no. 1
Spring, 2015, Volume 6, no. 2
Fall, 2014, Volume 6, no. 1

Spring, 2014, Volume 5, no. 2
Fall, 2013, Volume 5, no. 1
Spring, 2013, Volume 4, no. 2

Fall, 2012, Volume 4, no. 1

Spring, 2012, Volume 3, no. 2
Fall, 2011, Volume 3, no. 1
Spring 2011, Volume 2, no. 2

Fall 2010, Volume 2, no. 1
Spring 2010, Volume 1, no. 2
Fall 2009, Volume 1, no. 1


Volunteer Recognition


Chamber Music Amici could not survive without its volunteers, from poster distributors, envelope stuffers, and planners of receptions, to community board members. If anything in the list below appeals to you, please send an email to Executive Director Loi Heldt at, and she can explain which opportunities are currently available.

Amici Box Office

Our box office is staffed by volunteers. Chris Wesley set up the box office process for the inaugural season. Kris Stewart (left), Jan Moursund (right) and Jane McCleery (not pictured) are familiar faces.

Educational Outreach
The Education Committee creates strategies for reaching out to students in the public schools of Springfield and Eugene, and the Eugene Arts Umbrella. The committee’s goal is to help develop a new generation of chamber music lovers. Past and present members include Pilar Bradshaw, Amy Goeser Kolb, Jane McCleery and Amy Danziger

The Fundraising Committee works with the board and staff to gather the financial support that is critical to our success. Past and present members include Sharon Schuman, Pilar Bradshaw, Marion Sweeney, John Moseley, Tony Metcalf, Gina Ing and Nancy English.

Periodic mailings to announce concerts, raise funds, or send out newsletters require three to four hours of stuffing envelopes.

Volunteers spend two to three hours distributing flyers and posters in downtown Springfield and Eugene before concerts.


Post-concert receptions on stage call for desserts from bakeries or your kitchen, drinks and serving materials, fruit platters, cheese platters, or other goodies. Volunteers are needed to prepare foods, pick up bakery items, and organize reception tables the night of the concert.

Special Events
Our yearly “family” event for core musicians, board, volunteers, and donors requires a location, wine, hors d’oeuvres, and a desire to have fun. Volunteers are needed to plan and produce the event.

Stage Manager
Each season we look to a dedicated, eye for detail individual who can help Amici by managing stage set up for our concerts. This season Chen-Yun Yang returns to this role. Past Stage Managers include Daniel Shaver, Peter Roberts (veteran DMV administrator and music lover) and Leslie Nicole Maggi.


David Sonnichsen, veteran usher at Beall Concert Hall, brings a steady hand to the task of gathering and leading volunteer ushers at the Wildish Theater.

Thank you volunteers!

David Guy, Rosemary Barr, Jan Moursund, Kris Stewart, Chris Wesley, Pam Brills, David Sonnichsen



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