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Isidora Filipović was born in 1992 in Kragujevac.
She started playing the cello at the age of five. Primary and secondary music education ends at the "Dr. Miloje Milojević" music school in Kragujevac in the class of prof. God Saramandić.
She completed his basic academic and master's studies at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, in the class of prof. Imre Kalman. During his master's studies, she went on a student exchange to Trieste with professor Pietro Serafino.

During her studies, she participated in a large number of domestic and international competitions:
2009. 1st prize at the international string competition in Nis - cello
2009. First prize at the school competition at the school of Dr. Miloje Milojević in Kragujevac - cello
2010. First prize at the school competition at the school of Dr. Miloje Milojević in Kragujevac - cello
2010. First prize at the string festival in Sremska Mitrovica - piano trio
Artistic activity:

During her studies, she was a member of the BENSO orchestra under the direction of Bojan Suđić, which was composed of the best students of the Belgrade and Novi Sad academies.
With his string quartet during his studies, as a prize for the best string quartet of the "Academy of Arts" in Novi Sad, she attended a course with Paul Cassidy, a member of the Brodsky Quartet from England.

With the same quartet during his studies, she performed in an all-night concert one of the most demanding works in that literature, a quartet by Maurice Ravel, which was performed for the first time at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad. On that occasion, a radio recording was also recorded for Radio-Television of Vojvodina.

She attended master classes with the following professors: Ivan Kučer, Paul Cassidy (member of the Brodsky Quartet from England), Alexey Kiselyov, Dimas Moreno and Dorina Lareau.

She collaborated with violinist Stefan Milenkovic, violinist Valerij Sokolov, cellist Tilman Wik, cellist Konstantin Heydrich, cellist Wendy Warner, opera singer Neivi Martinez, opera singer Željko Lučić, guitarist Juan Manuel Canizares, flautist Janos Balint, pianist Jurij Kota, conductor Bojan Sudjić. , conducted by Vitaly Potasov...

She is a member of the Kragujevac chamber orchestra "Schlesinger", in which she has been actively playing since 2017, the opera orchestra "Opera nova" in Kragujevac, as well as smaller orchestral and chamber ensembles in Kragujevac.

In 2019, she passed the audition for a part-time associate of the RTS orchestra.
She performed several times as a guest member of the Symphony Orchestra of Montenegro.
Festivals where she performed: OKTOH (Evening concert with quartet in 2020), Somus, Nomus, Nimus, Joakim fest, Zlatna iskra Festival, Zlatni zvuci, Kotor Art, World music fest Tivat, Piccolo opera festival (Friulli Venezia Giulia), Days of guitar in Podgorica, Days of music in Herceg Novi, Donna in musica,

International festival of accordion artists, string festival in Leskovac...
More important concert halls where she performed are Kolarac and Arcimboldi teatro in Milan.

She is also engaged in arranging music mainly for string ensembles.

Pedagogical work:
She has over three years of experience as a teacher. She worked as a teacher of cello, chamber music, orchestra parts, string orchestra and as a teacher of musical culture. She currently works as a chamber music teacher at the "Dr. Miloje Milojević" music school in Kragujevac.