Butterfly Zone Music Project

Butterfly Zone Music Project

Joseph Liberti, FlutistThe Butterfly Zone Music Project to create and perform music inspired by nature was launched in 2016 and is ongoing. Here is a summary:

Purpose
Primary: To create and present music inspired by nature that engages and entertains while stimulating interest in the preservation of our environment.

Secondary: To promote the art of jazz by appealing to a broad audience with unique experiences of new music.

Method
Composing beautiful and engaging new music. Organizing, preparing and and performing concerts in Colorado. Recording this music for distribution.

Goals

  • Premiere a concert of new music in 2017. (This goal was met with a performance of Butterfly Zone at The Millibo Art Theater in January 2017 by the FluteDaddy Chamber Jazz Quintet.)
  • Present at least three additional concerts in Colorado in 2017.
  • Retain and rehearse an ensemble for excellent performances.
  • Compose and arrange more new music for performance in 2017.
  • Refine existing repertoire to improve it’s impact.

Make a tax-qualified donation to The Art of Jazz for The Butterfly Zone Project.

The Art of JazzThe Butterfly Zone Project is supported by The Art of Jazz. The Art of Jazz is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas (fracturedatlas.org), a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of The Art of Jazz must be made payable to Fractured Atlas only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law

Your contributions enable us to pay expenses of the Butterfly Zone project including: Venue, musician and rehearsals promotions and administrative costs. We are happy to receive donations of any amount! Thank you for your support!

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