Marko Djordjevic, called a “world class drummer” and “a true innovator” by Modern Drummer magazine, has played on about 50 albums and has thousands of live performances worldwide. He has just released his fourth album as a leader, Something Beautiful (Goalkeeper Records), to widespread peer and critical acclaim.
Criticaljazz.com said of the album, "For creativity and approach this release gets five stars. Everything else is simply gravy on what is a true sleeper and stellar performance for 2013."
He has performed or recorded with Matt Garrison, Wayne Krantz, Jonah Smith, Clarence Spady, Lucky Peterson, and others since graduating with honors from Berklee College of Music, where he was accepted on a scholarship at the age of 16.
Djordjevic is an A-level endorser of DDRUM , Zildjian, Evans, and Vic Firth and has been featured as a soloist and clinician at many of the world's top music events (PASIC, Music Messe, Montreal Drum Fest, NAMM, Music Fest Canada, and Jazz Yatra India) and some of the most prominent contemporary music schools (Berklee College of Music, Drummers Collective, MIT, Modern Music in Greece, L'aula in Spain, and more).
Alfred Publishing published his critically acclaimed DVD, Where I Come From—A Fresh Approach to Drumming, and his book, The New Frontier.
In addition to his busy performing schedule, Djordjevic is an assistant professor at Berklee College of Music and faculty member at the Drummers Collective.
Djordjevic will be joined by Tim Miller on guitar and Evan Marien on bass.