An Evening with Alexander Zonjic & Friends

Windsor Symphony Orchestra logoThe Windsor Symphony Orchestra
Saturday, January 28, 2017 - 19:30

Flutist and UWindsor Music alumnus Alexander ZonjicSaturday, January 28, 7:30 pm

The School of Creative Arts, Windsor Symphony Orchestra and flutist Alexander Zonjic invite you to 

Zonjic Meets Motown is SOLD OUT!

Capitol Theatre, 121 University Ave. W.

Join us for “Zonjic Meets Motown” – R&B, Pop, Motown and All That Jazz…  Alex and his band will be joined by Serieux (a Motown Temptations Review), the SoCA Horns and members of the Windsor Symphony Orchestra.

Come for 6:30 pm and enjoy a visual presentation about SoCA’s new downtown campus opening this summer! See images of the Armouries construction progress and learn insights from architect Dr. Veronika Mogyorody. Cash bar available.

Tickets: Reserved Seating


Sections A-B: $35

Section C:  $20


Students (with ID)

Sections A-B: $15

Section C:  $10

Call or visit the WSO Box Office. Hours are Wednesday – Friday from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., 519-973-1238 ext. 2.  

Buy online at

Tickets may also be purchased at the door, subject to availability.


AZ Does It                        Kirk Whalum/Jeff Lorber
Doin The D                       Ken Navarro
River Raisin Nights              James Lloyd
Bellavia                             Chuck Mangione
Isbella                              Peter White/Jeff Lorber
Memphis Underground        Herbie Mann
Westchester Lady       Bob James
Superstar                            The Temptations
Ball of Confusion
Get Ready
The Way You Do The Things You Do 
My Girl
Ain’t Too Proud To Beg





Serieux is a Detroit-based, traditional soul vocal group that was founded in 1998 by Larry Griffin, Valenica Taylor, Donovan Johnson (Musical Director) and Robert Grande (Road Manager) to recreate the style of classic soul groups like the Temptations, the Four Tops and the Manhattans.
Splitting their time principally between Detroit and Las Vegas, Serieux has opened for the likes of Earth, Wind and Fire, The Whispers and other major acts. They've also performed in a Motown Musical "Come and get these Memories" with Martha Reeves and played the Temptations in the play Marvin, My Brother - The Marvin Gaye Story. 
Serieux issued their first disc, I Can Give You Love, in 2007, featuring former Spinners and Temptations lead singer GC Cameron. The group currently includes Eddie Watkins, Quinton Troutman, Leon Franklin, Dennis Ewell and Griffin.

Wach a video of Serieux in performance here:


Alexander Zonjic, flute

UWindsor Music alum, Alexander Zonjic is a professional flutist who performs both light jazz and classical compositions.  Over the years Zonjic has been a sideman with many musicians and has several solo albums to date. He has shared stages with such musicians as Earl Klugh, Bob James, Harvey Mason, Kirk Whalum and Angela Bofill. Zonjic has performed at Carnegie Hall, the Hollywood Bowl and the Apollo Theater in New York and has also performed with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and  Windsor Symphony Orchestra.
A knowledgeable jazz musicologist, Zonjic has hosted radio shows on Smooth Jazz V98.7 in Detroit and has a syndicated radio show, “Alexander Zonjic From A to Z,” which airs on Hamilton's 94.7 The Wave and on WDZH's HD2 channel.


SoCA Horns

Sebstian Bachmeier, tenor saxophone (3rd year SoCA Music Student)
Bob Fazecash, trumpet (Director University Jazz Ensemble, Instructor, Jazz/Pop Brass; WSO trumpet)
Austin DiPietro, trumpet (3rd year Music Student)
John Rutherford, trombone (member Zonjic’s band and arranger)


University of Windsor Alumni Association logoThank you to our Special Season Sponsor: 

The University of Windsor Alumni Association



Susan McKee