|Grand opening of the Green Music Center|
|Published Monday, March 26, 2012 10:00 am|
The Santa Rosa Convention & Visitors Bureau Announces the Grand Opening and Inaugural Season of the Green Music Center. The 1,400 seat Joan and Sanford I. Weill Hall is modeled after Seiji Ozawa Hall at Tanglewood and was designed to replicate the intimacy and acoustics of Vienna’s Musikverein and Symphony Hall in Boston. In addition to the concert hall, the Center will include two additional performance venues. The south end is designed with a back wall that can be fully opened onto a beautifully landscaped and terraced lawn, similar to Ozawa Hall at Tanglewood, expanding the reach of the capacity for large-scale outdoor events.
The Green Music Center has programmed a season offering a diverse array of the world’s most distinguished performers from classical music, opera, jazz and world music – the majority of whom make their first appearances in Sonoma County with these performances. The vocal splendor series features eight concerts and kicks off in October with Canada’s superstar soprano Karina Gauvin.
To read more about this amazing venue, please check out our web-site at http://www.visitsantarosa.com/green-music-center/.