See Impressionism, Hear Impressionism

impressionisI know this is short notice but if you want  to SEE and HEAR impressionism, head directly to the Seattle Art Museum from 7 – 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 1 to see the new exhibition Intimate Impressionism from the National Gallery of Art , followed by a live performance from Seattle Metropolitan Chamber Orchestra’s String Quartet featuring works by Impressionist composers.
The SMCO String Quartet is composed of members of the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber Orchestra, an innovative ensemble that brings unique musical experiences to the ears of young and diverse listeners.
SMCO’s intimate performances feature an intimate mix of music for chamber orchestra and small ensemble, with a significant focus on contemporary and rarely heard masterworks of the genre.
An acclaimed new chamber ensemble, the SMCO String Quartet first performed in the Spring of 2014 and represents the strong technical proficiency and creative musical ideas of the chamber orchestra.