View of Weill Hall

About the Green Music Center

The Green Music Center (GMC) is the performing arts presenting and producing organization based at Sonoma State University. Surrounded by the foothills of Northern California’s esteemed Wine Country, the GMC campus includes the 1,400-seat Weill Hall, with a modular rear wall that opens to terraced lawn seating for a unique summertime concert going experience, and the intimate 240-seat Schroeder Hall. The GMC is a focal point for the arts and education in the region, presenting year-round programming of top classical, contemporary, jazz, and world music artists, and is home to Sonoma Bach Choir and the Santa Rosa Symphony.

The 2017–18 Mastercard Performance Series in Weill Hall runs from September 30, 2017 through Apri, 2018 and features artists ranging from orchestras; chamber ensembles; violinists, pianists, and vocalists; as well as jazz, world music, and ethnic dance. 

Schroeder Hall’s 2017–18 season features a wide variety of performances including the Sundays at Schroeder series on Sunday afternoons and the Musicians from the Valley of the Moon Festival series on Saturday afternoons featuring Bay Area musicians performing 18th- and 19th-century music on period instruments.

Summer Weill Hall + Lawn performances run from July through September  and offer the unparalleled experience to enjoy performances either in the 1,400-seat Weill Hall, at tables on one of the grassy terraces, or on your own blankets or folding chairs on the lawn. Summer Weill Hall + Lawn programming features a variety of artists representing Broadway, bluegrass, jazz, country, pop, cabaret, classical, and comedy. Dining options are expanded during the Summer Weill Hall + Lawn season and include pre-ordered food and beverages, and a variety of concessions including premium wines and beers. Patrons may also bring picnics to enjoy on the lawn either at table seating or on blankets and folding chairs. 

For a list of Green Music Center CONCERT GUIDELINES and for detailed TICKETING POLICIES, please visit the KNOW BEFORE YOU GO: A-Z GUIDE.