She recorded several LPs and CD for the editing houses of Yugoslavia and abroad. She also broadcasted a lot for the Radio and Television of Yugoslavia and abroad. She gives Master Classes and writes musicological texts.
In 1997. she was awarded the international prestigious Masaryk Award for arts, which Masaryk Academy (Prague) awards to artists who connect people and races of the world through their art. This award was given for music, before Smiljka Isakovic, to Luciano Pavarotti.
Smiljka Isakovic was included in the "International Who is Who in Music" (Cambridge, American Biographical Institute), as well as in the international Encyclopedia of harpsichordists and organists (St. Petersburgh). ABI included her in the "5000 personalities of the world" as the "First Lady of the harpsichord", and nominated her for the "Woman of the Year".