As many of you know, Alan’s first career was in recording and producing classical music — with a particular focus on living American composers — at Minnesota Public Radio. When the Green Music Center opened the world-class Weill Hall on the campus of Sonoma State University a few years back, we were delighted that its concert series included an incredibly wide range of musical styles. We try to catch as many shows there as we can.

We heard from a lot of local arts organizations in 2017 that their donors were redirecting contributions temporarily to fire-recovery efforts. Cartograph joined many other Sonoma County businesses to help people affected by the fires, and we continue to look for ways to assist those who are trying to rebuild. At the same time, we believe the arts serve the community by bringing people together for a shared joyous experience — so as we thought about gathering people around something positive, we reached out to the Green Music Center to form a partnership.

The Green Music Center campus includes the 1,400-seat Weill Hall, with a modular rear wall that opens to terraced lawn seating for a unique summertime concert going experience, and the intimate 240-seat Schroeder Hall.  The GMC is a focal point for the arts and education in the region, presenting year-round programming of top classical, contemporary, jazz, and world music artists, and is home to Sonoma Bach Choir and the Santa Rosa Symphony.

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