Alexandre Djokic is considered by aficionados of violin playing to be one of the outstanding violinists of the post-war generation.
Violinist Alexandre Djokic has made a significant contribution to the musical culture of the Delaware Valley. Djokic gave the first ever performance of the complete Four Seasons of Vivaldi in Bucks County as soloist with the Philadelphia Camerata Orchestra. In 2006, the Mozart year, he performed an all Mozart violin and piano recital in the New Hope area's only Mozart commemorative concert. Djokic, as violinist, has earned international recognition as a Laureate of the Colmar international competition and for his performance of the Brahms D Major Concerto at the International Violin Academy Festival and Master Classes in Tours, France. In the fall of 2010 he joined the music faculty of the Hun School of Princeton as instructor of violin and viola.
- Anna B. Stokes, Violin Competition
- New Jersey Tercentenary Music Festival Violin Competition
- Colmar International Competition (France) Violin
- Civic Orchestra of Chicago Samuel Thaviu Award
- Victor Aitay Award, Lake Forest Symphony