Epstein Joslin Architects

Public Gathering

Green Music Center

Sonoma State University with the Santa Rosa Symphony

Weill Hall within the Green Music Center is a 1400-seat interior concert hall with doors at the rear, which can open to allow a 5000-seat lawn audience to see the performance. The hall is the main stage of the Santa Rosa Symphony, the summer home of the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, and the University's music program. It is also the setting for performances by world-renowned guest performers. The Hall can also be acoustically isolated for use as a professional recording studio.

(Alan Joslin, a Principal-in-Charge of Design with William Rawn Associates, Architects, Inc. for the Music Center Master Plan and the design of Weill Hall)

Rendering copyright Al Forrester and Photography copyright Charles Gesell

Project Completion Date

Gala Opening September 29, 2012

Project Cost

$110 million

Project Size

105,000 sq ft


Sonoma State University with the Santa Rosa Symphony


Rudolph and Sletten
Redwood City, CA

80 Trowbridge Street Cambridge, MA 02138 telephone: 617-868-1766 fax: 617-661-1148