Called a “world class drummer” and “a true inovator” by Modern Drummer magazine, Marko Djordjevic has played on over 40 albums and has thousands of live performances to his credit. Matt Garrison, Wayne Krantz, Jonah Smith, Clarence Spady, Lucky Peterson, Jacques Schwartz-Bart, Garry Willis, Hal Crook, Bill Frisell, Lionel Loueke, Aaron Goldberg, The Itals, Chris McDermott, and Eric Lewis are some of the artist he has performed or recorded with since graduating with honors from Berklee College of Music, where he was accepted on a scholarship at the tender age of 16.
One of the finest musicians of our era, Blue Note recording artist Lionel Loueke says: “Marko is one of the greatest drummers out there. He possesses incredible technique, and a musical mind to match it! I love playing with him because he is so creative and unique!”...
Drummer Marko Djordjevic has written a very beautiful ballad in Don't Be Sad. The melody is a simple plea. The playing is virtuosic. Sveti produces a compelling sound. Jazz.com
There is something magical in the way they play, something that pulls you all the way into the music. Quim Cabeza, Bateria Total, Spain
This album by the Serbian virtuoso and his group Sveti invites us on a musical odyssey. Rich in rhythm, color, texture and melody has already won praise from critics in the US...
Credentials/BackgroundMember of faculty at the Drummers Collective in NYC Also teaching privately in NYC.
Clinic/Workshop InformationA composer and band leader as well as a drummer, capable of directing a clinic into a wide range of topics, from drum tecnique specifics, to discussions about harmony, band interplay, improvisation, compositional issues, etc. Check out clinic footage at http://www.vicfirth.com/artists/marko_djordjevic.html under the heading PASIC CLINIC 2008