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Nonprofit Cultural Arts

KEEPING music alive in Sonoma County SINCE 1928

"The aim of improvement in the quality of human life."
Robert Bremner, American Philanthropy

Through its myriad performance and educational offerings, Santa Rosa Symphony inspires and engages music lovers of all ages. Santa Rosa Symphony nurtures the community's life-long love affair with classical music while contributing to the economic health of the region. In addition to presenting shared musical experiences in the world-class Weill Hall at the Green Music Center, the Santa Rosa Symphony gives back to the youngest members of the community with free elementary school assemblies and concerts, affordable family concerts, free afterschool music instruction for underserved elementary school students and performance opportunities with five youth ensembles. The Symphony also presents educational and engaging events with small ensembles for adults and families throughout the community.
Santa Rosa Symphony, which has provided the community with quality, orchestral music since 1928, has an unwavering commitment to its core values of artistic vibrancy, innovative programming, fiscal vitality and community engagement. Supporting the Santa Rosa Symphony is an investment in Sonoma County life.

Santa Rosa Symphony Institute for Music Education

The Santa Rosa Symphony is a key provider of music education in Sonoma County, delivering comprehensive music training and engagement both in the schools and through extracurricular programs, advancing students’ curiosity, collaborative spirit, motivation for excellence and community service. Reflecting the Santa Rosa Symphony's commitment to breaking down barriers to access, 98 percent of the families it reaches pay nothing for these services.
A few examples of how donations supported these programs in 2020-2021:

  • 66 Instruments provided to disadvantaged young musicians for free.
  • 30,000 students from across three counties are served by the SRS Institute each season
  • $15,500 in financial aid was awarded to young musicians

Santa Rosa Symphony is a nonprofit 501(c)(3). Tax ID #94-6134075


View 2020-2021 Education Impact Report

Learn more about Santa Rosa Symphony Institute for Music Education

With less than half of the Symphony's yearly expenses covered by ticket sales, it is especially reliant on the support of its subscribers and single ticket buyers, who share in the love of classical music and live performance.

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Administrative Office:
50 Santa Rosa Ave
Suite 410
Santa Rosa CA 95404
Phone:  (707) 546-7097

Patron Services | Box Office:
Phone: (707) 546-8742


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