As a solo and collaborative musician Isidora Vladic has performed repertoire ranging from standard classical repertoire to avant-garde works of the 20 and 21st century. She has participated in the Institute and Festival for Contemporary Performance at Mannes, performing ensemble works by Kurtag, Stockhausen, and David Lang and has also participated in the International Keyboard Institute and Festival at Hunter College and Gijon International Piano Festival in Spain as a solo performer.
Isidora received her Bachelor's and Master's in Piano Performance from New York University. Her teachers have included Jeffrey Swann, Jose Ramon Mendez, and Marc Ponthus. She has also played in masterclasses for artists such as Robert McDonald, Nelita True, Alexander Kobrin, and Barry Snyder. She currently studies the Taubman Approach with Robert Durso, co-founder and Senior director of the Golandsky Institute.