Artist Residency Activities on Campus

The Green Music Center is committed to connecting the artists we present in our concert halls with academic partners across campus. Artists participate in activities such as lectures, demonstrations, workshops, and conversations with students, faculty, and staff, all of which aim to foster deep engagement with diverse artistic experiences that explore a variety of themes. Activities are designed to develop creative capacities, critical thinking skills, and encourage participants to investigate communal and personal values while building empathy for the experiences of others.


For more information contact our Engagement Manager at

These programmatic experiences are central to the mission of the Green Music Center and are made possible by the passions and interests of people like you. Click here to find out how you can help educate, connect, and inspire our communities through the arts in Sonoma County.

As part of the Sonoma State University’s Arts Integration Program, the Green Music Center collaborates with the School of Arts & Humanities to connect students from all schools with a wide range of arts experiences for learning, fostering arts literacy, and ensuring that the arts are an integral part of the college experience, regardless of major.

Complimentary tickets are provided to professors to bring their classes to performances at the Green Music Center as a part of their coursework.

Arts integration is for any subject, any time. Learn more here.

Engagement opportunities with artists

In addition to seeing artists on our stages and connecting with them in your classes, students can engage with artists for conversations, workshops, lunches, and more. For more information, contact

Student Jobs

Open positions for the Green Music Center are posted online at Handshake – a modern platform for college recruiting. Check back frequently for job opportunities in Front of House, Marketing, Prelude/Concessions, Facilities, Administration, Development, and Production.

Ticket Discounts are available to SSU students, faculty, staff for most performances. Click here to learn more.

The Sonoma State University Department of Music is housed in the Donald and Maureen Green Music Center, a spacious venue with two performance halls, practice rooms, and study spaces to allow for the development of creative minds and adventurous musical exploration. Sonoma State University music graduates are high achievers who go on to successful careers as music educators and mentors, jazz and recording artists, and performers in all media from symphonies and pit orchestras to clubs and sound studios.

Music students at Sonoma State enroll in one of the following degree programs: Bachelor of Music degree in Jazz Studies, Music Education, Music Composition, Vocal/Instrumental Performance; the Bachelor of Arts degree in Music, Liberal Studies concentration; or the Music Minor in Jazz Studies or Liberal Arts. Sonoma State University offers generous scholarships and performance opportunities in instrumental, choral, jazz, and music theatre. For more information, visit