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 had attended numerous masterclasses with renowned composers such as Enno Poppe, Georges Aperghis, Mark Andre, John Corigliano, Fabien Levy, Michael Finissy, Raphael Cendo, Jorge Sanhez-Chiong. 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 3rd Anton Matasovsky Composers Competition in Vienna, for his piece Egon (Austria, 2017), he was also awarded the 1st prize at the Hong Kong Inernational 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), where he collaborated with ensemble Klangforum Wien on his piece motherTongue that was conducted by Enno Poppe. Jug was also a participant of the 47th Darmstadt Summer Course, ManiFeste academy (Ircam 2017) , TENSO young composers workshop 2017 (The Professional Network of European Chamber Choirs) and Britten Pears Young Artists Program (2017). He was comissioned by the “Festival d’Aix-en-Provence” where his piece Ultraterreno (for two female voices and piano) was premiered in June 2016. In October 2014 he took part at the prestigious festival of contemporary music “Donaueschinger Musiktage” in Germany where his piece Magistralen (for septet) was performed within the “Next Generation” program. During 2014, his composition Angelus Novus (for 16 strings) was performed in Belgrade by the renowned Serbian ensemble “St. George Strings”. Other collaborations include ensembles like “Construction Site New Music Ensemble” who together with “St. George Strings” performed Marković’s Kammerkonzert (for 18 instruments) at the Belgrade Philharmonic Hall in May 2014. He is also a frequent participant of residency programs and workshops organized by ENOA (European Network of Opera Academies).
Recently he was selected for the Snape Maltings music residency (30th November – 8th December 2017) where he will work on a piece for soprano and chamber ensemble, tutored by Michael Finnissy during those days.