Jazz flutist Alexander Zonjic and contemporary keyboardist Jeff Lorber performed Friday at the Pease Theater on the CPCC campus in Charlotte.
Lorber, who for a time had shunned the term "fusion," returned to his past sounds in the 2010 release of "Now Is The Time," in which he reinvented earlier compositions and gave them new life. Zonjic's 2010 release, "Doin' the "D" With AZ," won album of the year in the Canadian Smooth Jazz Awards.
Zonjic and Lorber performed in Charlotte as part of The Jazz Diva's 2011 Smooth Jazz series. The final show in the series will be December 17 at the Halton Theater when David Benoit performs "A Charlie Brown Christmas."
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