Singer and instrumentalist (violin, vielle, micanon, and autoharp) Anita Camarella began her concert career very early and at the age of thirteen joined the Santa Maria del Monte Polyphonic Choir, specializing in Renaissance and modern sacred music.

She deepened her knowledge of the vocal instrument through the study of Baroque singing at the Early Music Section of the Civica Scuola di Musica di Milano, and attending advanced courses specifically dedicated to early music.

At seventeen, she turned to jazz vocals and later researched and developed an anatomical and physiological study of the voice through the scientific method ‘Voice Craft’ by Jo Estill, attending multiple specialization courses on vocal physiology, pedagogy, modern vocal aesthetics, and modern choral vocal technique.

At nineteen, she was among the founding members of the medieval group Florilegio Ensemble, specializing in 15th-century secular and folk music.

For many years, she has been active in the jazz scene with multiple collaborations.

Through collaboration with guitarist Davide Facchini, she began a historical-musical research of specific repertoires, ranging from Italian and American swing to traditional Irish and American music, up to the composition of original pieces. Their music has been broadcast by Radio in more than twenty countries worldwide.

She has performed at prestigious festivals and events in Italy, Europe, the United States, and Russia, in some of the most prestigious venues (such as the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville) and alongside some of the biggest names in the current international music scene.

To date, she has released eight albums and a music book (published by Le Ruzzole) containing ten original songs composed by Anita Camarella and Davide Facchini.

For over twenty-five years, she has been regularly teaching, focusing on various aspects of voice use in modern music.



    • 1994 – “Habitavit in Nobis” with the Santa Maria del Monte Renaissance and modern sacred polyphony choir. (Published by Rugginenti)
    • 1997 – “Florilegio Ensemble”, Italian music in the 1400s” with the eponymous group of 15th-century secular and folk music.
    • 1999 – “Beatles for trio” collaboration with the Varese Guitar Trio. (Published by Niccolò)
    • 2000 – “O Tempo Bono” – Music from the Aragonese Court of Naples with the Florilegio Ensemble. (Published by Simphonìa)
    • 2002 – “Quei motivetti che ci piaccion tanto” – Tribute to the Italian Swing of the 40s with guitarist Davide Facchini and featuring Raf Montrasio (guitarist of Renato Carosone’s historic sextet).
    • 2013 – “La famiglia canterina” – New tribute to the Italian Swing of the 40s Awarded the “LadyLake Music Indie Awards” as the best album of 2013 in the USA. with guitarist Davide Facchini – special guests: Franco Cerri and Raf Montrasio.
    • 2015 – “Acoustic” with guitarist Davide Facchini and Paolo Ercoli (dobro, cello, pedal steel).
    • 2019 – “Our House” – The Nashville session at Cinderella Sound Studio with Davide Facchini (guitar, mandolin), Stephan Dudash (5-string viola), Bill Ferri (bass).
    • 2022 – BOOK: “La famiglia canterina” + 10 original songs + audiobook + Playlist of 23 historic songs + historical insights. (Published by for the Le Ruzzole series)