Awarded prize at the International Marian and Ivanna Kotz Competition for the work The Sun-Scorched Mallow (cantata for choir, symphony orchestra, soloists and reciter, lyrics by Valentina Otroschenko), Kiev, Ukraine, 1992

Winner of the prize at Ukrainian International Women Composers Competition for the work Everlasting (piece for chamber orchestra and ensemble of authentic voices), Kiev, Ukraine, 1995

Awarded Laureate of the Ukrainian National Leontovich Competition, Kiev, Ukraine, 1992

Awarded the University of Bristol Scholarship and the Oversees Research Students Award Scheme Scholarship to study for a PhD in Music Composition at the University of Bristol, 1996

Awarded scholarship from the University of Amsterdam to attend Summer Course in Ethnomusicology Hidden Messages: Culture and Communication, 1998

Recipient of the Performing Rights Society Award, England, 2003

Winner of the Raymond Warren Prize in music composition at the University of Bristol, 1998 and 1999

Winner of the competition to participate in the workshop The Six Composers And Choreographers Exchange at the Royal Festival Hall in London, 1998

Ballet Kupala’s Night was specially selected by the International Society for Contemporary Music to receive a full staging at the World Music days Festival in Slovenia, 2004 Award from The Bliss Trust, England, 2004

Composition Invocation of Rain chosen by the SPNM (Society of Promotion for New Music) as one of the best compositions in the United Kingdom, 2004

Awarded Grant from the Art Council of England, 2004

Awarded Grant from ISCM (International Society of Contemporary Music) to be a Composer in Residence at the Visby International Centre for composers, Sweden, 2005