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The Four Seasons of Sonoma County - Our free community concert - July 28

Event Details

Special Event

2019 - 2020

Lawn seating will be available the day of the concert.

Hall and Table seating is SOLD-OUT

All ticket holders must be in assigned seat(s) by 6:40pm or will forfeit the seat to another guest (Hall & Terrace Tables ONLY).


Santa Rosa Symphony and the Green Music Center present

The Four Seasons of Sonoma County - Our Free Concert for the Community

Celebrate the exquisite beauty of Sonoma County through the eyes of its residents, displayed on screens during Vivaldi's iconic ode to nature, The Four Seasons. Photography of Sonoma County landscapes, depicting the corresponding seasons, will enhance Vivaldi's four violin concertos, performed by the Symphony.

This co-produced program, conducted by SRS Music Director and Conductor Francesco Lecce-Chong, is free to the public, but a ticket is required.

"These concertos were the most innovative and groundbreaking music of their time – three-hundred years later they will feel as fresh and vibrant as ever against the backdrop of our own surroundings. I look forward to this celebration of music, nature, and our unique community." 

- Francesco Lecce-Chong

The Four Seasons of Sonoma County Photography Contest is now concluded

A free concert to celebrate community and the exquisite beauty of Sonoma County. The Museum of Sonoma County is seeking photographs of Sonoma County landscapes and pastoral scenes, depicting the corresponding seasons, to enhance Vivaldi's The Four Seasons. Selected photographs from this juried photo contest will be displayed on digital screens during this iconic ode to nature.

We thank all of the photographers who submitted their photos for consideration.

Photography of Sonoma County was organized by the Museum of Sonoma County.


All ticket holders must be in assigned seat(s) by 6:40 PM or will forfeit the seat to another guest (Hall & Terrace Tables ONLY).

Concert-goers may bring in food (but no beverages) to enjoy a picnic on the lawn or at terrace tables outside Sonoma State University’s Green Music Center. Food and beverages may also be purchased on site. Water bottle filling stations will also be available. 

Seating on the lawn is general admission and filled first come, first serve. Patrons are permitted to bring blankets and/or lawn chairs. We request patrons bring low lawn chairs that sit a few inches off the ground, however, we understand this may not be feasible for all patrons and therefore do not have a height limit on chairs. All patrons are asked to be considerate of those around them and the Front of House staff reserves the right to request patrons with higher chairs to move to areas that do not obstruct the view of the hall/screen for those around them.

For the safety of all guests, all items brought into the Green Music Center including coolers, picnic baskets, bags, backpacks and purses are subject to search upon entry. Patrons who choose not to subject their personal belongings to a security search will not be permitted to enter the grounds. For more information regarding these SSU policies, visit


We gratefully acknowledge the generous contributions from our sponsors:

Lead sponsor: Shanna Thompson Trust, in memory of Shanna Thompson
Supporting Sponsor: Wells Fargo Bank

Landscape photo by Susan and Neil Silverman Photography

Contact Us

ATTENTION: Symphony offices are currently closed due to COVID-19. Symphony staff, working from home, continue to monitor voicemails, email and mail.

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

Patron Services:
Phone: (707) 546-8742


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