AWARDS

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2014

Parliamentary Assembly of the Mediterranean Award, in acknowledgement of her artistic achievments in the musical field in the Mediteranean region.

Musica Classica Magazine Award for the best composer of the year 2013 (for the opera Two Heads and a Girl)

2012

Full member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts.

2011

Award for the best original score at the 40th Film Festival in Sopot (Serbia), for the movie How I was Stolen by the Germans, directed by Miloš Radivojevic.

2010

Belgrade’s daily newspapers Danas has pronounced Isidora Žebeljan The person of the decade in music.

2008

Berlin’s weekly magazine Der Freitag has listed Isidora Žebeljan for the ten most promising public figures in the world for the year 2009.

2007

Sterija’s award at the 51st ‘Sterija’ Theatre Festival (Sterijino pozorje), Novi Sad, for the original score for the play Skakavci by Biljana Srbljanovic, production of the Yugoslav Drama Theatre, Belgrade.

2006

Elected member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts.

Gorki list Creativity Award for creativity in culture and arts.

2005

The fellowship of the Civitella Ranineri Foundation, New York.

2004

Stevan Mokranjac’ Award – the Serbian Goverment Music Award, for the opera Zora D.

2002

Grand Prix YUSTAT-The Fourth Biennale of Theatre Design for the original score for the play The Miracle in Schargan by Ljubomir Simovic, production of the “Atelje 212” Theatre, Belgrade.

2001

Vasilije Mokranjac’s Foundation Award, Belgrade, for the composition Rukoveti, five songs for soprano and orchestra.

Sterija’s award at the 45th ‘Sterija’ Theatre Festival (Sterijino pozorje), Novi Sad for the original score for the play Jegor’s Road by Vida Ognjenovic, production of the Budva City Theatre Festival, Montenegro.

2000

Grand Prix for the original score for the play The Three Musketeers by Alexander Dumas/Stevan Koprivica, production of the “Boško Buha” Theatre, Belgrade.
Children Theatre Festival, Kotor, Montenegro.

Grand Prix YUSTAT-The Third Biennale of Theatre Design for the original score for the play Leonce and Lena by Georg Büchner, production of the Budva City Theatre Festival and the Yugoslav Drama Theatre, Belgrade.

1998

Sterija’s award at the 42nd ‘Sterija’ Theatre Festival (Sterijino pozorje), Novi Sad, for the original score for the play Speech Impediment by Goran Markovic, production of the National Theatre, Belgrade.

Grand Prix YUSTAT, The Second Biennale of Theatre Design for the original score.

1996

Grand Prix YUSTAT-First Biennale of Theatre Design for the original score for the play A Man Is A Man by Berthold Brecht, production of the Belgrade Drama Theatre.