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1987, Beograd

Završio je studije kompozicije u klasama Vlastimira Trajkovića i Zorana Erića na Fakultetu Muzičke Umetnosti u Beogradu, kao i studije arheologije na Filozofskom Fakultetu u Beogradu. Osim u Srbiji, njegova muzika je izvođena u Francuskoj, Belgiji, Italiji, Nemačkoj, Austriji, Sloveniji, Islandu, Americi, na koncertima i festivalima kao što su Donauešinger Muziktage (2014) i Festival Eks-an-Provans, za koji je po porudžbini napisao kompoziciju Ultraterreno. Usavršavao se na majstorskim kursevima renomiranih kompozitora kao što su Eno Pope, Mark Andre, Fabien Levi, Džon Koriljano, Rafael Sendo i pohađao seminare i letnje akademije savremene muzike u Darmštatu (47. Internationale Ferienkurse für Neue Musik), Parizu (ManiFeste IRCAM) i Gracu (11. Internationale Komponistenakademie für zeitgenössische Musik) gde je sa renomiranim austrijskim ansamblom za novu muziku Klangforum Wien sarađivao na svojoj kompoziciji Mothertongue. Pobednik je takmičenja kompozitora Anton Matasovski (Beč, 2017; kompozicija Egon, za klavir), dobitnik je prve nagrade na Međunarodnom takmičenju u Hong Kongu (2016; kompozicija Hydra), specijalne nagrade Busan Maru Festivala u Južnoj Koreji (2016; kompozicija Magistralen), nagrade Josip Slavenski (2015; kompozicija Magistralen) i nagrade za najbolju originalnu muziku ArtTrema Ruma Festa (muzika za predstavu EDIT). Aktivan je učesnik rezidencija i programa koje organizuju mreže ENOA, Snape Maltings Music Residencies iz Velike Britanije i TENSO. Jugove kompozicije izvodili su ansambli kao što su Simfonijski orkestar RTS, Gudači Svetog ĐorđaAnsambl Muzičko Gradilište i drugi. Jug veruje u ne-cerebralno i impulsivno bavljenje muzikom koje je lišeno namere i koje je vođeno strašću, a ne predumišljajem. Za horsku kompoziciju Nirvana dodeljena mu je TENZO nagrada za mlade kompozitore za 2017. godinu. 

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1987, Belgrade

is a Serbian, Belgrade based composer. He believes in non-cerebral, impulsive, passion driven composing. Jug was born in Belgrade where he graduated at the Faculty of Philosophy and afterwards at the Faculty of Music Art in Belgrade. Apart from his principal teachers Vlastimir Trajković and Zoran Erić, he has been tutored multiple times by the British composer Michael Finnissy. In addition, he had attended masterclasses with renowned composers such as Enno Poppe, Georges Aperghis, Mark Andre, John Corigliano, Fabien Levy, Raphael Cendo, Jorge Sanchez-Chiong. He was a composer in residency at Snape Maltings, UK (supported by ENOA and Aldeburgh Music) in December 2017 where he was tutored by Mr. Finnissy on his piece incidAnces. His music was performed within important music festivals in Europe such as Donaueschinger Musiktage and Festival d’Aix-en- Provence. Marković is the winner of the TENSO young composers award 2017 and winner of the 3rd Anton Matasovsky Composers Competition in Vienna, for his piece Egon (Austria, 2017). He was also awarded the 1st prize at the Hong Kong International Percussion Convention Competition (China, 2016) for piece Hydra, the Special Prize at Busan Maru International Competition (South Korea,   2016) and Josip Slavenski prize (Serbia, 2015) for piece Magistralen. He attended Impuls Academy for Contemporary Music in Graz (2017), the 47th Darmstadt Summer Course, ManiFeste academy (Ircam 2017), TENSO young composers workshop 2017 (The Professional Network of European Chamber Choirs), Britten Pears Young Artists Program (2017) and Music Academy Donaueschingen (2014) and is a frequent participant of residency programs and workshops organized by ENOA (European Network of Opera Academies). His works were performed by ensembles such as: St. George Strings, Latvian Radio Choir, Construction Site New Music Ensemble and Symphony Orchestra of Serbian Broadcasting Corporation.  His current projects include the development of the chamber opera Eurydice in the Underworld, based on the play/short story by Kathy Acker and supported by the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence.

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