Isabella Ferrari is a graduate of Butler University in bachelor of musical arts. She is a former member of the Butler Chorale and a current member of the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir. She has performed dozens of times and with many famous musicians, such as the Rolling Stones and Kristin Chenoweth. In March of 2016, Ferrari gave her junior vocal recital which was in partial fulfillment of her degree.
In October of 2016, she made her Carnegie Hall debut with a performance of the CD release of Mohammed Fairouz's ZABUR, which is now available through NAXOS, the world's leading classical music record label, Amazon, and iTunes. ZABUR also became one of the top 10 classical albums of 2016. The album was considered for Grammy nominations in four different categories in 2017.
This past April she made her Kennedy Center debut in the performance of Krzysztof Penderecki's "Credo" as part of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra's participation in the "SHIFT Festival," receiving great reviews including a raving review from the Washington Classical Review.
She is also one of the voice teachers at the Butler Community Arts School, which is housed in Lilly Hall at Butler University. She also teaches out of her home in Fishers, IN. Ferrari loves working with teenagers and adults of all ages on vocal technique, proper breathing, and overall vocal health. Her goal is to achieve the best and healthiest sound in each of her students. Many of Ferrari's students have competed in Indiana State School Music Association's (ISSMA) Solo and Ensemble competition and all have received gold, including one perfect score at the state level.
She is also a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing and is part of the Great Lakes chapter.
Ferrari aspires to one day become a vocal health professional, with hopes of one day becoming a voice professor with a focus in singing health.