Vesna Djokic developed her musicianship as a member of the reputable Djokic family, including cellists, violinists, violists and pianists who perform worldwide as soloists, members of chamber music ensembles and symphony orchestras. She began her studies at the Settlement Music School in Philadelphia where she studied piano, theory and chamber music. She holds a B.A. from Oberlin College and Conservatory of Music where she studied piano performance with Dorothy Ladd. She later received a M.A. in Arts Education and a Doctorate in Aesthetics from the University of Strasbourg, France. She has won awards, taught and performed in numerous musical venues in France, Mexico, Canada and the United States. Before establishing her piano studio in New York she was teaching in New Jersey within the Hunterdon County School District, where she also served as accompanist for the Hunterdon County Arts Association, the Roth Violin Studio, the Hunterdon County Suzuki Arts Program, Westminster Choir College School of Music flute and violin recitals as well as for regional music teachers, artists and student recitals. She is a believer in the revival of the renaissance mind, she also writes poetry, paints and promotes the importance of the arts!
Ms. Vesna Djokic has joined the faculty of The Piano School in 2015.