On Sunday, Ms Danuis wrote: "Earlier today the Swedish Academy met with Bob Dylan for a private ceremony in Stockholm, during which Dylan received his gold medal and diploma"
"The setting will be small and intimate, and no media will be present; only Bob Dylan and members of the Academy will attend, all according to Dylan's wishes," Sara Danius writes in her post
Bob has yet to confirm whether he will attend the Nobel awards ceremony at the Stockholm Concert Hall on December 10 but his staff has told the Swedish Academy that he will not hold any press conference or hold any interview with journalists
"Right now we are doing nothing. I have called and sent emails to his closest collaborator and received very friendly replies. For now, that is certainly enough," the academy's Permanent Secretary, Sara Danius said
While the audience cheered on for more songs during Bob's performance, the 75-year-old legend just gave a brief encore, ending his set with a mournful yet playful cover of Frank Sinatra's Why try to change me now
Bob Dylan won the 2016 Nobel Prize for Literature on Thursday "for having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition"
The surprise announcement by the Swedish Academy in Stockholm was also welcomed as a "marvelous and amazing decision" by the music fraternity
Two boxes containing 149 recordings made by Bob Dylan in the late 1960s and early 1970s were found in a closet in an apartment in New York's Greenwich Village that the singer of Blowing in the Wind used as a studio more than 40 years ago, the media reported.
Veteran musician Elton John has revealed that he saw Bob Dylan as an inspiration, and the legendary American singer's 2006 album Modern Times persuaded him to keep making his own music.
Fourteen time Grammy winner and legendary record producer Phil Ramone, who worked with the likes of Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, Bob Dylan, Ray Charles, Paul Simon and Billy Joel, has died. He was 72.