Isabella Livorni graduated from Barnard College in 2015 with a BA in music and Italian. Earning Departmental Honors in both as well as the Ethel Stone Lefrak Prize in Music and the Bettina Buonocore Salvo Prize in Italian. At Columbia she was a research assistant for the Casa Italiana History Project, and worked on the Marenzio Online Digital Edition using the Aruspix and Verovio software developed specifically for the project. In 2014 she served as creative director for the Digital Dante Sestina Project. She worked in the music department as the coordinator for the Medieval & Renaissance Studies Program from 2015-16. As of fall 2016, Isabella is a doctoral student in the Department of Italian at Columbia and was selected to participate in the FAB-Musiconis exchange with the Sorbonne, in which graduate students approach the study of medieval musical iconography through the digital humanities.
Alumna, Barnard College 2015
BA, Barnard College