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Sonoma State University – Green Music Center

Rohnert Park, California, USA

Team

William Rawn Associates, Architect; Boston, MA
AC Martin Partners, Architect of Record; Sacramento CA
BAR Architects, Architect; San Francisco CA
Auerbach Pollock Friedlander, Theatre Consultants, San Francisco CA

Project Description

The Donald and Maureen Green Music Center at Sonoma State University features the 1,400-seat Weill Concert Hall with a rear door that opens to the lawn outside providing excellent sound and spectacular views to an additional 3,000 people. This indoor/outdoor arrangement makes music accessible to everyone, including young children. The Hall is home to the Santa Rosa Orchestra and accommodates a wide range of performances from jazz to opera and comedy. This world class hall also is a giant classroom serving music students, faculty and the community. The Center includes a full complement of music rehearsal, ensemble, practice spaces as well as seminar rooms and faculty offices to support the day-to-day functions of the Music Department. The yet to be completed Schroeder Recital Hall will be a space well-suited for choral music, and a large scale amphitheater is planned to round out the impressive complex. Kirkegaard Associates provided room acoustics, noise & vibration control and audio/video systems consulting services for the Green Music Center.

The long awaited opening of Joan and Sanford I. Weill Hall was phenomenally successful and has generated much press.

Outstanding comments from recent articles can be read here:

‘Weill Hall takes a bow at its opening’ – SFGate

Weill Woos Carnegie Hall Friends to Support Sonoma Hall

Green Music Center Opens This Weekend at SSU

Santa Rosa Symphony Orchestral Opening

Green Music Center Opens

Music marathon at new Green Music Center

Green Center: A vision delivered

Music for everyone at new Green Music Center

North Bay’s Green Center hails new music era

A friendship founded on love of music

Green Grows the Superb Weill Hall in Sonoma

Now That’s a Housewarming!

Santa Rosa Symphony Review: a new era

Grand Opening Weekend

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