Jug was born in Belgrade where he graduated both at the Faculty of Philosophy and at the Faculty of Music Art. Besides his principal teachers Vlastimir Trajković and Zoran Erić, he has been tutored multiple times by the British composer Michael Finnissy. He is currently based in Paris where he is attending IRCAM Cursus for composition and computer music. In addition, he had attended masterclasses with renowned composers such as Enno Poppe, Richard Barrett, Georges Aperghis, Kaija Saariaho, John Corigliano, Franck Bedrossian, Mauro Lanza, Stefano Gervasoni i.a. Marković was a composer in residence at Snape Maltings, UK (supported by ENOA and Aldeburgh Music) where he was tutored by Mr. Finnissy and composer in a residence at Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon. His music was performed within important music festivals in Europe such as “Donaueschinger Musiktage”, Time of Music” and “Festival d'Aix-en-Provence” (commissioned piece Ultraterreno). His piece Vokativ (for orchestra) was selected by the International Music Council as one of the “Recommended pieces” at the 65th International Rostrum for Composers. Marković is the winner of 2019 ISCM Young composers award, the 2017 TENSO young composers award, 3rd prize winner of Ensemblefestival Composition Competition (Leipzig 2020), and winner of the 3rd Anton Matasovsky Composers Competition in Vienna (Austria 2017). He was also awarded the Special Prize at Busan Maru International Competition (South Korea, 2016) and Josip Slavenski prize (Serbia, 2015) for piece Magistralen. His music was performed by Ensemble Intercontemporain, Mivos Quartet, Divertimento Ensemble, Latvian Radio Choir, Chamber Choir Ireland and Paul Hillier, Construction Site New Music Ensemble, RTS Symphony Orchestra, St. George Strings. He attended Impuls Academy for Contemporary Music in Graz (2017), where he collaborated with ensemble Klangforum Wien on his piece motherTongue (conducted by Enno Poppe). Jug was also a participant of the Darmstadt Summer Courses, ManiFeste academy (Ircam 2017, 2018 and 2019), Time Of Music Academy (2019), Royaumont Academie Voix Nouvelles (2019), IDEA International Divertimento Ensemble Academy (2018), TENSO young composers workshop (2017), Britten Pears Young Artists Program (2017),) and Music Academy Donaueschingen (2014). He is a frequent participant of residency programs and workshops organized by ENOA (European Network of Opera Academies). Marković wrote original music for the theater play Phaedra (staged in KC REX in Belgrade), for silent movie Illusionists and for musical theater monodrama EDIT for which he won the “ArtTrema Fest” award.