It takes more than just amazing musicians to put on great concerts and events! ECO has a small team of dedicated operations personnel that make sure everything runs smoothly behind the scenes. 

Next time you see them – whether at the ticket table, distributing sheet music, or setting up seating – stop by and say hello! These are the people that keep the music coming in our communities.

Interested in joining the ECO Operations Team?

We’re always looking for great people to join us! Click the button below – you’ll be taken to an inquiry form where you can tell us a little bit about yourself, your background, and your skills. 

After you submit the form, we’ll reach out to schedule a time to talk in more detail about ECO and our operations, and to see if we might be a good fit for each other. 


Director of Operations

Chanel began playing violin with ECO in 2011 and was Treasurer on ECO’s Board of Directors from 2014-2016. She recently decided to step down as a violinist to focus more on the administrative work for ECO.  She joined the ECO operations team in 2017 and is now Director of Operations. She is a rockstar in true form, making sure that everything (and we mean EVERYTHING) runs smoothly and efficiently.


String Personnel Manager

Lynn Hurst has been performing with the Evergreen Chamber Orchestra since the early days – she joined in our third season! You can hear her play with ECO in the Viola section. 

Lynn has been in a number of roles with ECO, including Vice President of the Board – a position from which she retired just this year. She is an avid lover of the outdoors and recently went on a trip to Patagonia to hike in the mountains!


Winds and Percussion Personnel Manager

Ted Homan is a longtime ECO member and performs clarinet in the woodwind section. Ted is also an ECO Board member and has recently taken on the role of Winds and Percussion Personnel Manager. Thank you Ted!


Music Librarian

Lauren Skinner is a skilled English Horn player, and has been performing with ECO for years. Last season she join the ECO Board of Directors, and she has now taken on the role of Music Librarian! 

The role of Music Librarian is absolutely critical for any excellent orchestra, and Lauren is very enthusiastic about making sure every ECO musician has the music they need to perform. Thank you Lauren!