2023-24 Season Brochure

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Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis

Renée Fleming, soprano

Silkroad Ensemble with Rhiannon Giddens

Family Day with 123 Andrés
is Our Land Martha
and the
Patchwork Quartet

Welcome to the 2023–24 Season at the Green Music Center!

You are invited to be inspired by live, in-person artistic experiences, and to make memories that will stay with you forever. This season features the return of many artistic luminaries including Wynton Marsalis and Renée Fleming as well as compelling performances from artists making their Green Music Center debuts. Witness the brilliance of some of your favorite artists, experience the joy of discovering something new, and connect with cultures and experiences outside of your own.

We are excited to share these performances with you!

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Create memories that will stay with you forever. Secure the best seats…before they’re gone! Get priority access to tickets for artists like Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis and Renée Fleming. The best seats for these performances will sell out before single tickets go on sale.


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Not available for a discount: Global Roots Sonoma, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, Renée Fleming, and San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus



Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis

Sept - Oct Nov - Dec

Friday, Sept 29, 2023

Migguel Anggelo, LatinXoxo

Thursday, Oct 12, 2023

Kyshona Vocal Trio

Friday, Oct 13, 2023

Minería Symphony Orchestra of Mexico

Friday, Oct 20, 2023

Jessica Vosk California Dreamin’

Saturday, Oct 21, 2023

Lara St. John, violin


Sunday, Oct 22, 2023


Friday, Oct 27, 2023

Meng Su, guitar

Saturday, Nov 11, 2023

Coco In Concert on Tour

Thursday, Nov 16, 2023

American Railroad

Silkroad Ensemble with Rhiannon Giddens

Saturday, Nov 18, 2023

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

The Brandenburg Concertos

Friday, Dec 8, 2023

Dianne Reeves

Christmas Time Is Here

Saturday, Dec 9, 2023

San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus

Holiday Spectacular 2023

Saturday, Dec 16, 2023

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Photo: Corey Weaver Songwriters & Storytellers – A New Series

Jan - Feb Renée Fleming, soprano

Thursday, Jan 11, 2024

The Rebirth Apsara

Created and Choreographed by Charya Burt

Thursday, Feb 1, 2024

Magdalena Kuzma, soprano

Sunday, Feb 4, 2024

Delfeayo Marsalis & The Uptown Jazz Orchestra

Thursday, Feb 8, 2023

Julián Castro

The H. Andréa Neves and Barton Evans Social Justice Lecture Series

Tuesday, Feb 20, 2024

This Land is Our Land Martha Redbone and the American Patchwork Quartet

Thursday, Feb 22, 2024


The Corner of Broadway & Main Street

Thursday, Feb 29, 2024

Mar - May

The Sound of {Black} Music

Friday, Mar 1, 2024

Wild Up Femenine

Friday, Mar 8, 2024

Trailblazing Women of Country A Tribute to Patsy, Loretta, and Dolly

Saturday, Mar 9, 2024

David Russell, guitar

Saturday, Mar 16, 2024

Kronos Quartet Five Decades Tour

Thursday, Apr 4, 2024

Free Family Day With 123 Andrés

Saturday, Apr 6, 2024


You Are Not Alone

Thursday, Apr 11, 2024



Friday, Apr 19, 2024

Royal Wood

Thursday, Apr 25, 2024

New Century Chamber Orchestra

Friday, May 3, 2024

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Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra With Wynton Marsalis

Friday, September 29, 2023

7:30 p.m. Weill Hall $55–$140

The always swinging Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra (JLCO) features 15 of the finest jazz soloists and ensemble players today. Their foot-stomping performances inspire joy in audiences while expanding the global jazz community.

Under Music Director Wynton Marsalis, JLCO’s repertoire ranges from rare historic compositions to newly commissioned works, including music by Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Thelonious Monk, and more.

Supported in part by Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards, Willow Creek Wealth Management, and The Gables Wine Country Inn

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Photo: Lawrence Sumulong

Migguel Anggelo LatinXoxo

Thursday, October 12, 2023

7:30 p.m. Weill Hall Loft $30–$50

Transdisciplinary artist Migguel Anggelo’s LatinXoxo is a nonconforming and self-accepting rallying cry. Immersing audiences in a highly personal story told through an artful collage of theater, queer comedy, physical movement, and sumptuous song selections, LatinXoxo spans decades of pop hits, Migguel’s own original compositions, and the Spanish boleros that defined his youth. With equal doses of sensitivity and sensationalism, "turning on a dime from anger to devastating tenderness" Broadway World, Migguel Anggelo reminds us that our greatest love is right there in the mirror.

Kyshona Vocal Trio

Friday, October 13, 2023

7:30 p.m. Weill Hall Loft $30–$50

Blending roots, rock, R&B, and folk with lyrical prowess, Kyshona is an artist ignited by untold stories, and the capacity of those stories to thread connection in every community. With the background of a music therapist, the curiosity of a writer, and the resolve of an activist, Kyshona is unrelenting in her pursuit for the healing power of song.

Photo: Nico Illev Songwriters & Storytellers Songwriters & Storytellers

Minería Symphony Orchestra of Mexico

Carlos Miguel Prieto, artistic director & chief conductor

Friday, October 20, 2023

7:30 p.m. Weill Hall $35–$95

Widely regarded as a leading ensemble in Mexico, the Minería Symphony Orchestra remains at the musical forefront through eclectic programming, collaborations with renowned soloists and composers, and dedication to community and educational development.

Founded in the 1970s, the orchestra boasts a legacy of excellence that attracts leading international conductors and artists and provides a platform to showcase the highest caliber of national artistry.

Jessica Vosk

California Dreamin'

Saturday, October 21, 2023

7:30 p.m. Weill Hall $35–$95

Broadway sensation Jessica Vosk, who won hearts with her performances in Wicked, Fiddler on the Roof and more, then flat-out stole them in her sold-out 2021 Carnegie Hall debut, brings her love of the California songwriters of the 1960s and ‘70s to our stage. She celebrates writers including Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, David Crosby, John Phillips and The Mamas & the Papas, the Eagles’ Don Henley and Glenn Frey, and others who created the West Coast pop sound that defined an era.

Supported in part by Balletto Vineyards

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Photo: Matthew Murphy

Lara St. John, violin She/Her/Hers

Sunday, October 22, 2023

3 p.m. Weill Hall $25–$75

Canadian-born violinist Lara St. John has been described as "something of a phenomenon" by The Strad and a “high-powered soloist” by the New York Times. She has performed as soloist with the orchestras of Cleveland, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle, the Boston Pops, and the Royal Philharmonic among others. The project is a part of St. John's larger mission to fight for women's rights and historically marginalized groups. It features 17 original solo violin compositions written by 12 exceptional composers including Laurie Anderson, Valerie Coleman, Gabriela Lena Frank, Jessica Meyer, Jessie Montgomery, Milica Paranosic and more.

Supported in part by Cartograph Wines


Friday, October 27, 2023

7:30 p.m. Weill Hall $25–$75

Quetzal is a relentlessly innovative Grammy® Award-winning ensemble that narrates the social, cultural, and political stories of humanity. For 30 years they have graced stages across the US, Canada, Asia, and Mexico. Recognized by notable institutions such as the Library of Congress and The Kennedy Center, the traveling exhibit “American Sabor: Latinos in U.S. Popular Music” sponsored by the Smithsonian Institute, featured Quetzal as leaders and innovators of Chicano music.

Supported in part by Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards

Photo: James Farley Photo: Michael G. Stewart Songwriters & Storytellers

Sonoma Guitar Series

Meng Su, guitar

Saturday, November 11, 2023

7:30 p.m. Schroeder Hall $20–$30

Multifaceted guitarist Meng Su is captivating audiences around the world with her stunning virtuosity and refined artistry. New York Concert Review called her performance “seemingly effortless and stunningly polished,” while Classical Guitar Magazine wrote that “she has already reached the status of a seasoned artist.” Meng Su teaches at The San Francisco Conservatory of Music, and she is the Artist-in-residence for the Baltimore Classical Guitar Society.

Coco in Concert on Tour

Thursday, November 16, 2023

7:30 p.m. Weill Hall $35–$95

Disney Pixar’s Coco in Concert on Tour features the complete film projected on a screen above the stage with Oscar® and Grammy®-winning composer Michael Giacchino’s musical score performed by a 20-member Latinx ensemble. In addition to the original score by Giacchino, Coco also features the Oscar®-winning song “Remember Me” by Oscar-winning songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez.

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American Railroad Silkroad Ensemble with

Rhiannon Giddens

Saturday, November 18, 2023

7:30 p.m. Weill Hall $55–$140

Under the leadership of Artistic Director Rhiannon Giddens, Silkroad Ensemble’s newest initiative is American Railroad. The project illuminates music of African American, Chinese, Indigenous, Irish, and other immigrant communities who worked to create the US Transcontinental Railroad and connecting railways in North America.

As a social-impact organization and home to a Grammy® Award-winning musical ensemble, Silkroad works to inspire collaboration in innovative ways that add more equity and justice into the world through the power of the arts.

Supported in part by Cartograph Wines

Photo: Adam Gurczak

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

The Brandenburg Concertos

Friday, December 8, 2023

7:30 p.m. Weill Hall $45–$105

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center consists of the world’s finest chamber musicians. They’ve come together during the holiday season to perform the greatest of all Baroque concertos. Bach's six masterpieces unfailingly provide spiritual fulfillment for music lovers of all faiths and beliefs, inspiring strength at year's end and a vision of the brightest future.


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Photo: Brandenburg Concertos

Dianne Reeves Christmas Time is Here

Saturday, December 9, 2023

7:30 p.m. Weill Hall $25–$85

A pre-eminent jazz vocalist in the world, Grammy® Awardwinning Dianne Reeves rings in the holiday season with music from her celebrated album, Christmas Time Is Here Reeves melds her timeless grace, elegance, and charisma into unforgettable jazz renditions of holiday favorites.

Renowned for her breathtaking virtuosity, improvisational prowess, and unique jazz and R&B stylings, Reeves will warm your heart with holiday cheer.

Supported in part by Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards

San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus Holiday Spectacular 2023

Saturday, December 16, 2023

5 p.m. Weill Hall $25-$110

Get ready to ring in the holiday season with the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus and their fabulous edition of Holiday Spectacular 2023! This year's show promises to be bigger and better than ever, with amazing music, hilarious skits, and sparkling costumes. The talented performers of SFGMC will have you singing along to your favorite holiday classics, as well as some new surprises. So gather your family and friends and join us for an unforgettable night of festive entertainment that is sure to put you in the holiday spirit!

Photo: Jerris Madison Photo: Stefan Cohen

Renée Fleming, soprano

Thursday, January 11, 2024

7:30 p.m. Weill Hall $65–$175

Renée Fleming is one of the most highly acclaimed singers of our time, performing in the world’s greatest opera houses and concert halls. Honored with four Grammy® Awards and the US National Medal of Arts, Renée has sung for momentous occasions from the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony to the Diamond Jubilee for Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace. Renée has starred in and hosted an array of television broadcasts, including The Met: Live in HD and Live from Lincoln Center.

Supported in part by Freeman Vineyard & Winery and Willow Creek Wealth Management

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Photo: Andrew Eccles

The Rebirth Apsara

Created and Choreographed by Charya Burt

Commissioned score by Chinary Ung

Co-Produced by New Performance Traditions/ Paul Dresher Ensemble

Thursday, Feburary 1, 2024

7:30 p.m. Weill Hall $25–$75

The Rebirth of Apsara is an evening-length dance/theatre work that investigates the relationship between art and war and explores how Cambodian arts have embodied the essence of Cambodian culture. Charya Burt and her company dancers will set her re-imagined classical dance gestures to a musical score by renowned Cambodian-American composer Chinary Ung. Multi-talented composer Paul Dresher will provide live music along with Vietnamese instrumentalist Vân-Ánh Võ and others.

Magdalena Kuzma, soprano

Sunday, Feburary 4, 2024

3 p.m. Schroeder Hall $30–$40

Polish-American soprano Magdalena Kuzma was a Prize

Winner in the Concert Artists Guild and Young Classical Artists Trust International Auditions in 2022. This season she joins the Metropolitan Opera in New York as a Lindemann Young Artist where her roles initially include Giannetta in Donizetti’s L’elisir d’amore. This last year Magdalena made her debut at Santa Fe Opera performing the role of Frasquita in Carmen, and was a fellow at Ravinia's Steans Music Institute.

Photo: RJ Munaf

Mardi Gras with Delfeayo Marsalis & The Uptown Jazz Orchestra

Thursday, Feburary 8, 2023

7:30 p.m. Weill Hall $25–$85

Join Delfeayo Marsalis and the Uptown Jazz Orchestra for an evening of non-stop fun as they present, Uptown on Mardi Gras Day! Bring your costume, beads, and dancing shoes to celebrate New Orleans and the greatest time of year with songs by Fats Domino, Professor Longhair, Earl King, Marsalis and more.

Supported in part by Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards

Photo: Beowulf Sheehan

Julián Castro

The H. Andréa Neves and Barton Evans Social Justice Lecture Series

Tuesday, Feburary 20, 2024

7:30 p.m. Weill Hall $25 General Admission

Julián Castro has distinguished himself as a strong leader and successful public servant for nearly two decades. A former Democratic candidate for President, Castro served as the 16th Secretary of Housing and Urban Development under President Barack Obama from 2014 to 2017, and as mayor of San Antonio from 2009 to 2014. Today, Castro serves on the board of directors of the LBJ Foundation and is a political analyst for NBC News and MSNBC.

This Land is Our Land

Martha Redbone and the American Patchwork Quartet

Thursday, Feburary 22, 2024

7:30 p.m. Weill Hall $25–$85

Join the mesmerizing Martha Redbone and American Patchwork Quartet for a night of soulful and captivating music that celebrates the rich cultural tapestry of America.

Martha Redbone's soul-stirring voice and music are a tasty gumbo of folk, blues, and gospel celebrating her southeastern Cherokee/Choctaw and African American heritage.

American Patchwork Quartet expertly weaves together jazz refinement, country twang, West African hypnotics, to create a musical patchwork that celebrates both our differences and commonalities as a nation.

Photo: Beowulf Sheehan Songwriters & Storytellers


The Corner of Broadway & Main Street

Thursday, Feburary 29, 2024

7:30 p.m. Weill Hall $35–$95

Voctave’s 11-member vocal ensemble brings incredible harmonies and energy to favorite songs from the Disney screen and the Broadway stage. This a cappella sensation has over 150 million views of their videos and has appeared on countless recordings.

Voctave’s popular show The Corner of Broadway & Main Street spawned a chart-topping album and is sure to be an unforgettable evening of music for the whole family.

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The Sound of {Black} Music

Rogers & Hammerstein melodies reimagined in Afrofuturism

Friday, March 1, 2024

7:30 p.m. Weill Hall $25–$75

Recognized as among the “Best of Theater, 2021” by The New York Times, The Sound of {Black} Music is a vibrant one-act concert reimagining of the classic Rogers and Hammerstein musical through a utopian, afrofuturistic lens full of love. Cherished songs such as “Do-Re-Mi,” “Edelweiss,” and “Climb Ev’ry Mountain'' are recast through a Black roots music kaleidoscope of jazz, gospel, blues, soul, funk, and Afro-beat.

Photo: Maria Baranova Songwriters & Storytellers

Wild Up Femenine

Friday, March 8, 2024

7:30 p.m. Weill Hall $25–$75

Wild Up is a modern music collective – a group of Los Angeles-based musicians committed to creating visceral, thought-provoking concert happenings. Their latest project is a portrait and response to one of their favorite composers – Julius Eastman and his seminal work Femenine. The evening length piece surrounds the audience with sound and is a perfect fit for the remarkable acoustics of Weill Hall.

Julius Eastman was young, gay, and black, when it was even more difficult to be young, gay, and black in America. His music lives in the minds of audiences unlike anything else Wild Up has performed.

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Photo: Jenna Putnam.

Trailblazing Women of Country

A Tribute to Patsy, Loretta, and Dolly

Saturday, March 9, 2024

7:30 p.m. Weill Hall $25–$85

Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn, and Dolly Parton revolutionized country music and blazed a trail for future generations of female artists. With chart-topping hits and record-breaking sales, they wove threads of contemporary womanhood throughout the tapestry of country music.

Trailblazing Women of Country, will entertain and inspire with the amazing singers Miko Marks, CMT's 2022 "Next Woman of Country"; and Kristina Train, supported by a 5-member, all-female band.

Supported in part by Press Democrat

Sonoma Guitar Series

David Russell, guitar

Saturday, March 16, 2024

7:30 p.m. Schroeder Hall $20–$30

Hailed by The New York Times as “a talent of extraordinary dimension,” classical guitarist David Russell is world renowned for his superb musicianship and inspired artistry, having earned the highest praise from audiences and critics alike. In recognition of his great talent and his international career, he was named a Fellow of The Royal Academy of Music in London in 1997.

Songwriters & Storytellers

Kronos Quartet Five Decades Tour

Thursday, April 4, 2024

7:30 p.m. Weill Hall $25–$75

The multi-Grammy® Award-winning, San Francisco-based Kronos Quartet will mark its fiftieth anniversary in the 2023/24 season with the Kronos Five Decades tour, adding to its legacy of innovation by performing programs which feature new commissions, signature works from its vast repertoire, and pieces from Kronos’ Fifty for the Future project.

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Photo: Musical Instrument Museum

Free Family Day With 123 Andrés

Saturday, April 6, 2024

2 p.m. Weill Hall Ticket Required

Christina and Andrés are 123 Andrés, the Latin Grammy® Award-winning duo for kids and families known for their interactive, high energy shows. They bring fresh original songs that blend Spanish and English, with an eclectic mix of sounds from all corners of Latin America. 123 Andrés packs their show with positive vibes and energetic songs that get the whole family dancing and learning.

Family Day will have a festival feel with food trucks, workshops by local artists, and a variety of activities led by Sonoma State education students for children of all ages.

This activity is funded in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency.

Tonality You Are Not Alone

Thursday, April 11, 2024

7:30 p.m. Weill Hall $25–$85

Award-winning vocal ensemble Tonality uses their collective voices to present concerts on themes of social justice in hopes to act as a catalyst toward empathy and community activism. The chamber choir is known for its beautiful, open-hearted singing and adventurous programming.

In their latest program You Are Not Alone, Tonality sings of the challenges of mental illness and the promise of healing by providing support to members of our community who need compassion, understanding, and validation.

Photo: Dominick Williams Photo: Nicholas Owen Baker



Friday, April 19, 2024



Weill Hall Facades $40 General Admission

The world's leading vertical dance company performs a breathtaking new work on the facade of the Green Music Center.

Downstream brings together BANDALOOP Artistic

Director/choreographer Melecio Estrella and composer Kevin Farrell in their shared hometown of Rohnert Park along with an ensemble of dancers and musicians.

As two children of parents who ‘escaped’ the rough edges of San Francisco for the promised tranquility of Sonoma County and are now both established artists back in urban environments, Estrella and Farrell will create a sonic and choreographic world where soundscapes of dense urbanity merge with the bucolic expanses of the land of their childhoods.

Royal Wood

Thursday, April 25, 2024

7:30 p.m. Weill Hall Loft $30–$50

Singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Royal Wood has established himself as a true musical talent. Since being proclaimed “Songwriter of the Year” by iTunes (2010), Wood has continued to evolve and hone his musical craft while amassing multiple JUNO nominations, 5 Canadian Folk Music Award nominations, and a #1 added song at Hot AC. With his eighth full-length studio album, 2022's What Tomorrow Brings, Wood reaches new emotional depths and delivers his most powerful collection of music to date.

New Century Chamber Orchestra

Daniel Hope, music director and concertmaster Awadagin Pratt, piano

Friday, May 3, 2024

7:30 p.m. Weill Hall $35–$95

One of only a handful of conductorless chamber ensembles in the world, New Century Chamber Orchestra includes 19 string players from the San Francisco Bay Area as well throughout the United States. Musical decisions are made collaboratively, resulting in an enhanced level of commitment from the musicians and concerts of remarkable precision, passion, and power. British violinist Daniel Hope serves as the ensemble’s Music Director, bringing a new era of vibrancy and leadership. This evening will feature a program of 20th Century string masterworks anchored by Leonard Bernstein's Serenade (After Plato's Symposium).

Photo: Ryan Faist Photo: Matthew Washburn Songwriters & Storytellers


Sonoma State Department of Music

The Sonoma State Department of Music accounts for more than 50% of Weill Hall's uses. The department fosters individuality in developing artists in an environment that emphasizes personalized instruction and provides a wide variety of performance experiences.


Santa Rosa Symphony

The 96-year-old Resident Orchestra of the Green Music Center performs 21 Classical Series concerts (seven sets), seven Discovery Dress Rehearsals and a three-concert Family Series in Weill Hall, under the direction of Music Director Francesco Lecce-Chong. The Symphony is committed to core values of artistic excellence, innovative programming, comprehensive music education, and community service.


Sonoma Bach

Sonoma Bach’s three vocal ensembles and period-instrument orchestra offer the best of early music in creative and compelling concerts, plus lively opportunities for learning and exploration.


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Weill Hall

A shoebox-style concert venue inspired by some of the world’s great halls, the 1,400-seat Weill Hall is a place for artistic experiences without equal.

The Loft

Concerts in The Loft will turn your world around! Experience Weill Hall like never before with our 300-seat loft series, which spins performers and audiences around with seating on stage and in the choir loft.

Schroeder Hall

The 240-seat Schroeder Hall is the unsung gem of the Green Music Center.

Photo: Brennan Spark Photo: Doug Dunn


As a university presenter, the Green Music Center is committed to providing access to diverse artistic experiences to the campus and regional communities we serve.

Several of the artists we present in our halls each season engage in activities such as workshops, coaching sessions, demonstrations, and conversations that aim to educate and inspire students of all ages. Participants often receive discounted or complimentary tickets to the artists’ performances to deepen the engagement experience.

The Green Music Center also works with faculty and student program leaders from a variety of disciplines across Sonoma State University’s campus to distribute complimentary tickets to classes and student groups that connect the performances we present with their course and programmatic work.

These experiences develop creative capacities and critical thinking skills, encourage participants to investigate communal and personal values, and inspire empathy through exposure to cultures outside of one’s own.

To learn more about how your class, school, or organization can participate in these programs, please contact our Engagement Manager:

Becky Cale



"It's never really come to my mind that I'd simply want to go to concerts like these, but this performance has definitely opened up my mind to this new activity. It was a great experience to stimulate my brain and its senses!"

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Photo: Brennan Spark


Our Mission

To present the most compelling artists of our time, to investigate ideas, and to provide access to diverse artistic experiences that educate, connect, and inspire Sonoma State University and neighboring North Bay communities.

Our Vision

We envision that everyone has opportunities to experience, find community connections, gain inspiration, and deepen their insights from the arts.

Why Give to the Green Music Center

Ticket sales only cover a portion of the cost of presenting artists.

Your contributions expand our programming reach to a wider, more inclusive audience.

Annual Donor Benefits

25% off four select season shows ($500 donors & above)

- Mineria Symphony Orchestra of Mexico (10/20/23)

- This Land Is Our Land, Martha Redbone and the American Patchwork Quartet (2/22/24)

- Tonality (4/11/24)

- New Century Chamber Orchestra (5/3/24)

50% off annual donor appreciation concert ($1,000 & above)

- Kronos Quartet (4/4/24)

Access to the Donor Lounge and tasting events before select concerts

($1,500 & above)

Preferred parking at GMC shows ($2,500 & above)

Opportunity to be recognized as a performance sponsor

($5,000 & above)

For more information

For questions about supporting our work, please contact: Kris Berger, Senior Director of Development | bergerk@sonoma.edu | 707-664-3814

We thank the following corporate partners for helping us present the arts to diverse audiences



Come as You Are

The Green Music Center is a gathering place for our communities. We encourage you to come as you are. Dress up and make it an evening with someone special, or have a casual night with friends. This is your space – we want you to feel comfortable, and free to experience artistic inspiration in your own way.

Directions and Parking

Situated on the campus of Sonoma State University in Rohnert Park, the Green Music Center entrance is off Rohnert Park Expressway near the intersection of Petaluma Hill Road. Unless otherwise noted, parking is included with your ticket in lots adjacent to the Green Music Center. Parking lots are marked with signage and/or parking attendants. A drop-off/pick-up lane is located in front of the Music Education Hall allowing for an easier walk to the Green Music Center.

Need Help?

Email us at greenmusiccenter@sonoma.edu or call our Box Office at 707.664.4246. We'll have ushers on site to assist with any questions you may have when you arrive.

Where Should I Sit?

Visit our website for detailed seating maps to pick your favorite spot. Our halls offer unique views like no other, whether it be up close with your favorite performer, in the third-floor balcony with a view of the whole venue, or on-stage at a Loft show, there is a seating style for everyone. We also offer “view from seat” when selecting your tickets, so you’ll know exactly what to expect on show day.


The Green Music Center at Sonoma State University is committed to ensuring that all patrons have a wonderful time while they are here! We are pleased to offer large print programs, wheelchair assistance, assistive listening devices, and more. Please visit gmc.sonoma.edu/go for more information.

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