Opportunities to get involved

The Brown County Civic Music Association is a volunteer-driven organization that relies heavily on its leaders to orchestrate the numerous behind-the-scenes  efforts it takes to fulfill its mission of making excellent live classical music accessible to our community. BCCMA offers wonderful opportunities to get involved with some particularly influential roles on the horizon including President, Talent Selection Committee Chair, and Executive Secretary.


Last year exceptional volunteers, Tony and Jackie Staley, stepped up to the challenge of leading BCCMA as co-presidents for two seasons, and they did so with excellence and integrity. Their term will conclude with the 2015-16 season and BCCMA is looking for a passionate music-lovers and dedicated leaders to consider filling their shoes in September 2016. Responsibilities include conducting board meetings, appointing and advising committee chairs, introducing concerts, delegating tasks to volunteers, and being a community representative for BCCMA.

Talent Selection Committee Chair

BCCMA extends tremendous thanks to Roger Bintz for his decades of service filling the essential role of Talent Selection Committee Chair. It is thanks to Roger’s leadership and appreciation for high-quality musicians and diligent coordinating of contracts and schedules that our organization has been able to bring world-class concerts to Green Bay at a price our members can afford.

Executive Secretary

Sydney Goddard, who has done an outstanding job as BCCMA’s executive secretary since fall of 2012, will be completing her term June 1, 2016. This critical position earns a monthly stipend of $500 and is responsible for being the central contact for the organization, handling ticket sales, and supporting officers and committee chairs. BCCMA Officers seek to have a replacement secured by late April so Sydney could help in the transition. BCCMA owes a great debt of gratitude to Sydney for keeping things running smoothly and making our organization look good for three seasons.