Nancy Scott began her idyllic life in Wichita Falls being born and raised here. While attending Colorado State University for a degree in History and Secondary Education, she had many great adventures working with the U.S. Forest Service on the Arapaho – Roosevelt National Forest. After graduation, she returned to Wichita Falls and began her 27- year career as a teacher at Petrolia ISD and teaching Kindergarten and Texas History at Windthorst ISD. Upon retirement, she was invited by Carol Sales to become part of the very beautiful Kemp Center for the Arts and she has been working with the Arts Council for ten years. Nancy stated that, "Friends and I have truly enjoyed this very artistic community. We have tried to attend as many events, performances and festivals as possible because it is wonderful to have so many very talented artists in this region." Nancy says that she is excited to volunteer with the symphony and considers it an honor. The WFSO is honored to have such incredible volunteers who are passionate about the arts in Wichita Falls!
The WFSO Board of Directors oversees individual committees that facilitate all areas of running a symphony orchestra. You can be a part of the symphony family by giving your time as a committee member. Please let us know where your areas of interest lie. Volunteers are needed for the following committees: Education, Development, Hospitality and Marketing.
Volunteer to be an usher on concert night or help out in the Box Office.
The Wichita Falls Symphony League is a non-profit organization of volunteers whose purpose is to support and promote the growth of the Wichita Falls Symphony Orchestra, Inc., to stimulate interest and appreciation of symphonic music, to promote the growth of culture in our community, and to support young musicians through scholarships and other means. Their work is supported through community fundraising activities and volunteer work such as providing meals for the WFSO’s musicians during rehearsals. Membership in the Symphony League is available annually. For more information or to join, click here.
The Young People’s Concert returns in 2019 for the first time in fifteen years. Over 1000 students will be transported to Memorial Auditorium for a live performance of our full orchestra performing WFSO Does Hollywood. Volunteers will be needed to assist with seating and directing many moving parts of two back to back concerts.