Dino Zonic was invited to continue his mission of United Through Music in the Dayton Peace Accords and Dayton Peace Prize as Cultural Ambassador, Music Director and Composer in Residence.
From 1995-2001 he composed and directed numerous events and concerts and designed cultural enrichment programs to expose Balkan culture to American culture and lifestyle.
In honor of the First Recipient of the Dayton Peace Prize William Jefferson Clinton, Dino Zonic composed an original score, Symphony ‘Entrata,’ a Symphony dedicated to the fallen comrades defending the city of Sarajevo.
The symphony was performed at the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB)
Museum with the Wright-Patterson Air Force Symphony Wind Orchestra.
The First Dayton Peace Prize, a Medallion for President Clinton was produced and
sponsored by Master Jeweler Fahro Sofic of Sarajevo, Bosnia, and Maestro Dino Zonic.
(The medallion is fashioned with 220 grams of 24-karat gold and set with 45 blue sapphire diamonds totaling 6 carats).