Previously a visiting assistant professor of music in musicology at the Jacobs School of Music, Giovanni Zanovello's current research interests include Franco-Flemish singers and composers, music in Renaissance Florence, musical institutions, humanism and music, and sixteenth-century music theory in France.

Zanovello has presented papers at numerous national and international conferences and has published on various topics, including sixteenth-century Italian madrigal, eighteenth-century clarinet, Heinrich Isaac, humanists and music, and music in Florence and in the Veneto.

PhD, Princeton University, 2005
MFA, Princeton University, 1994
BA, University of Padova, Italy, 1992