Draško Adžić (1979) graduated from the Department for Orchestration and Composition at the Belgrade Faculty of Music, where he studied with Prof. Isidora Žebeljan. He is currently pursuing a doctoral degree at the same faculty and works as a teaching assistant at the same time.
His music has been performed in Serbia, Canada, United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Czech Republic, Armenia, Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Macedonia. He has participated at major European music festivals, including the Gaudeamus Music Week, ISA PragWienBudapest, Music Biennale Zagreb and BEMUS.
He often composes for the theatre, TV and films, and his works in applied music have been featured at the following festivals: Berlinale, Maifestspiele Wiesbaden, Fest, Bitef, Sterijino pozorje, MESS and Cinema City. Draško was one of the artists who represented Serbia at the 13th Prague Quadrennial in 2015. Moreover, he received the Sterija Prize in 2012 for original theatre music.
He has appeared as a theatre performer, pianist, singer and conductor, playing his own pieces and pieces by other composers. Occasionally, he also organises concerts of contemporary music.