Limited Tickets Released for Yo-Yo Ma’s Sold Out Performance Jan 24

ALIVE INSIDE

What’s Up Doc Films
Thurs, Jan 15 at 7:30pm | Schroeder Hall
The Green Music Center is working with What’s Up Doc Films to bring the film “ALIVE INSIDE” to Schroeder Hall. A post-film Q&A will feature a conversation with “ALIVE INSIDE” Director Michael Rossato-Bennett and Music & Memory founder Dan Cohen. More Info
DAVID McCARROLL AND ROY BOGAS
Sundays at Schroeder

Sun, Jan 18 at 3pm | Schroeder Hall
Violinist and Santa Rosa native David McCarroll made his concerto debut with the London Mozart Players in 2002, and has since performed with orchestras around the world. He appears alongside Roy Bogas, the acclaimed Principal Solo Pianist for the San Francisco Ballet. More Info

TANGO BUENOS AIRES
MasterCard Performance Series

Thurs, Jan 22 at 7:30pm | Weill Hall
In a special West Coast appearance, this matchless ensemble of dancers and 
musicians performs the Song of Eva Perón, a journey in dance and music through  the life of the most important woman in Argentinian history. More Info

YO-YO MA
BACH SUITES FOR UNACCOMPANIED CELLO
MasterCard Performance Series

Sat, Jan 24 at 7:30pm | Weill Hall
A solo all-Bach program from the multifaceted cellist, Yo-Yo Ma, whose career is a testament to the continual search for new ways to communicate with audiences. This performance is sold out, except for an extremely limited number of on-stage seats. These seats are selling fast get them while you can! More Info
EMERSON STRING QUARTET

MasterCard Performance Series
Fri, Feb 6 at 7:30pm | Weill Hall
Formed in 1976, the Emerson String Quartet claims more than thirty recordings and nine Grammy Awards, including two for Best Classical Album. For their Weill Hall debut, they perform a program of Mozart, Ravel and Beethoven. More Info
STEWART COPELAND AND JON KIMURA PARKER

MasterCard Performance Series
Sun, Mar 8 at 7pm | Weill Hall
Innovative musician, multi-instrumentalist and composer Stewart Copeland—best known as the drummer for the band The Police— joins with pianist Jon Kimura Parker explore the intersection of classical music with the improvisational instincts of rock ‘n’ roll. Performing with a quintet, the program includes a Rite of Spring Mash-Up, plus works by Copeland himself, including hits from his years with The Police. More Info
CURTIS CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
MasterCard Performance Series

Sun, Mar 15 at 3pm | Weill Hall
Featuring three prominent alumni of the Curtis Institute of Music, conductor Robert Spano leads a program including Prokofiev, Mozart, and three works composed by Spano. Also on the program is a new viola concerto by Curtis faculty member and renowned composer Jennifer Higdon, which will be performed by Curtis President Roberto Díaz. More Info
Trio Navarro

The Chamber Artists in Residence performed Haydn, Dvorak, and Arensky Sunday Jan, 25 at 2pm in Schroeder Hall. Get tickets here.
 
Sæunn Thorsteinsdottir


 

Sæunn Thorsteinsdottir performs works on cello in Schroeder Hall on Sunday, February 1 at 2pm. Get tickets here.
 
Home Sweet Home

SSU is one of the most requested campuses in the CSU system, and offers degrees in 46 majors and 47 minors. Learn more about our great university! More details.

The Perfect Pairing

 
Music, food and wine – the perfect pairing! Consider dining in Prelude, the Green Music Center’s on-site restaurant featuring a prix fixe menu, refreshed monthly. Reservations available online or call 1.866.955.6040 x2. This Month’s Menu
Best Seats
 
MasterCard cardholders receive exclusive access to Best Seats — located in the Front Orchestra, Rows B, C, and D — for all concerts in the MasterCard Performance Series. Enter promo code “PRICELESS” to unlock Best Seats. Begin Your Order
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