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Calgary Pro Musica is a non-profit, registered charitable organization that encourages and celebrates chamber music. Our concerts feature world-renowned chamber ensembles performing in the beautiful Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall in the University of Calgary’s Rozsa Centre. We contribute to our community through meaningful music outreach and learning programs. Calgary Pro Musica has been providing exceptional value to audiences and enriching Calgary’s cultural life for over 40 years.

Calgary Pro Musica has two subscription series: A five-concert Masters series that engages an exciting lineup of the world’s most accomplished Canadian and international ensembles to perform the greatest chamber music repertoire, and a three-concert Horizons series which celebrates the diversity of chamber music with innovative programs, intriguing artists and a fresh take on the chamber concert experience.

Calgary Pro Musica engages our community in many ways beyond our celebrated concerts. Our Young Artists Development Program discovers, nurtures and promotes young Calgary musicians and many of our alumni are enjoying successful music careers of their own.  Our annual Family Concerts have met with critical acclaim and the Talmon Hertz Legacy series of performance classes has given hundreds of Alberta’s promising young artists the opportunity to perform for our visiting artists.

Description of Role

Calgary Pro Musica is seeking a volunteer for the role treasurer and member of the executive of the board of directors. The treasurer is elected by the board. Directors are elected by the membership for a three-year term, and may be renewed.

The treasurer reports to the executive committee and the board of directors, but works closer with the artistic director and administrator. The treasure is expected to attend all meetings of the society, the board and the executive committee and is responsible for all matters dealing with the financial condition of the society. This includes, but is not limited to, preparing financial reports for all meetings, preparing the proposed budget and presenting it to the board for approval or amendment, prepare and coordinate with auditors for the annual audited financial statements, prepare/review the financial component of the grant submissions, ensure that the expenditures of the Society are maintained within the accepted budget or within such alterations of the budget as the board may make.

Time commitment is approximately five hours per month.

Certification or Education Required: CPA preferred

Applicable Interests: General interest in music and workings of non-profit organizations.

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