Halifax native, Marc Djokic began his violin studies at the age of six with his father, Philippe Djokic.
Marc Djokic has been the recipient of several distinctions including a Royal Bank of Canada’s Award for Musical Excellence (2002), an Opus Prix in 2009, and several grants from the Canada Council for the Arts including the Canada Council Instrument Bank.
Marc Djokic has appeared in concert at many concert series and music festivals such as Music Masters Course in Kazusa (Japan 2001 and 2002), the 2003 Atlantic Scene Festival (Ottawa), the New Brunswick Summer Music Festival, the St. Cecilia Concert Series, Park City Music Festival (Utah), Concerts aux Iles du Bic, the Montreal Chamber Music Festival, and numerous appearances at Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. Marc has toured extensively in the Atlantic provinces and British Columbia.
He plays a violin made by Carl Becker in 1927 and a violin made by Joseph Guarnerius in 1749.