Jug Marković

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Jug Marković (Serbia, b.1987) approaches music in a deliberately intuitive way. In his compositions he tends to refrain from strict and rigid premeditated concepts and systems and has no extra-musical intentions to his work. He is particularly interested in high energy music, intense sound worlds and dense textures as well as eclecticism in stylistical approach. 

Marković is the winner of ISCM Young Composers Award 2019 for choral piece "Nirvana" and was performed among others by Ensemble Intercontemporain, Mivos Quartet, Latvian Radio Choir, Gulbenkian Orchestra, Divertimento Ensemble. He is currently under commission of Festival d'Aix-en-Provence. Jug was a composer in residence at Gulbenkian Foundation (PT) as well as Snape Maltings (UK) where he was mentored by Michael Finnissy. He is currently living in Paris where he is attending Ircam Cursus 2020/2021. He holds MA degree in composition from University of Arts in Belgrade and is also a graduate of archaeology. 

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Ordered by year. Most recent works appears first

String Quartet


Neon Seed (for string quartet) (2020)

Ensemble (10 - 19 instruments)


Kammerkonzert no.2 for 12 musicians (2019)

Solo Voice and Accompaniment


De Rerum Natura (for soprano and orchestra) (2019)
Serbian Love Songs (for soprano and string quartet) (2016)

Chamber Group ( 2 - 4 instruments )


Neon Seed (for string quartet) (2020)
Steelworks (for cello and accordion) (2019)

Choral Ensemble


Nirvana (for chamber choir /24 singers) (2017)

Vocal Music


De Rerum Natura (for soprano and orchestra) (2019)
Nirvana (for chamber choir /24 singers) (2017)
IncidAnces monodramatic madrigals based on the stories by Danil Kharms; (for sporano, flute/picc./bass fl. , clarinet/bass cl. and contrabass) (2017)
Serbian Love Songs (for soprano and string quartet) (2016)

Chamber Ensemble (5 - 9 instruments)


M-Tongue (for six instruments) (2016)

Symphony Orchestra


Vokativ (for symphony orchestra) (2016)
De Rerum Natura (for soprano and orchestra) (2019)
IncidAnces monodramatic madrigals based on the stories by Danil Kharms; (for sporano, flute/picc./bass fl. , clarinet/bass cl. and contrabass) (2017)
Kammerkonzert no.2 for 12 musicians (2019)
M-Tongue (for six instruments) (2016)
Neon Seed (for string quartet) (2020)
Nirvana (for chamber choir /24 singers) (2017)
Serbian Love Songs (for soprano and string quartet) (2016)
Steelworks (for cello and accordion) (2019)
Vokativ (for symphony orchestra) (2016)