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Green Music Center at Sonoma State University

1801 E. Cotati Avenue
Rohnert Park, CA 94928
Weill Hall + Lawn - The Green Music Center's Weill Hall opens up to a lawn for performances under the wine country stars.
Inside Weill Hall - The 1,400 seat Weill Hall features artists ranging from orchestras; chamber ensembles; violinists, pianists, and vocalists; as well as jazz, world music, and ethnic dance.
Omara Portuondo - Omara Portuondo performing in Weill Hall on October 2, 2016.
Schroeder Hall - The 240 seat Schroeder Hall features a wide variety of performances including the Sundays at Schroeder series on Sunday afternoons and 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.
Weill Hall + Lawn - The back doors open in Weill Hall to create the unique summertime concert-going experience of Weill Hall + Lawn.
Weill Hall
Soweto Gospel Choir
Prelude at the Green Music Center - Enveloped in understated elegance and located within the Green Music Center campus, Prelude Restaurant and Bar features exemplary culinary creations with exquisite attention to detail. Prelude's bright and flavorful menu will pull from the bounty of locally grown foods from Sonoma County.
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The Donald and Maureen Green Music Center’s mission is to create transformative experiences in the arts and education – further promoting active learning, and contributing to the cultural and economic betterment of our community. Modeled after Tanglewood’s renowned Seiji Ozawa Hall, the Green Music Center (GMC) is a focal point for arts in the Northern San Francisco Bay Area, and has established Sonoma State University as a major destination for the study and performance of music. The GMC Campus includes the 1,400-seat Weill Hall; the intimate 240-seat Schroeder Hall; the highly unique summertime concert-going experience of Weill Hall + Lawn, which can accommodate over 4,000 additional patrons on the lawns surrounding the facility; and the education wing, which houses the SSU Music Department. The GMC provides the ideal performance setting for vocal, choral, chamber, jazz, popular, instrumental, world, and symphonic music of every style and tradition. The GMC is also the performance home of the Santa Rosa Symphony and Sonoma Bach. For further information, please visit gmc.sonoma.edu.

Summer amenities include a variety of outdoor food and beverage options – in addition to the on-site Prelude Restaurant – and the convenience of pre-ordering meals and wine online.
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Live Music
Museum/Facility Hours Open: Hours vary by concert
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