Camille Rose Da Silva is a musician and writer living in Nashville, TN. She began piano at 5-years-old and a year later started the harp. She excelled at both instruments and went on to win many competitions and to study piano with Victoria Mushkatkol of the Juilliard School, Amy Dorfman of Vanderbilt University, and harp with Emily Mitchell of Eastman School of Music, Licia Jaskunas of the Nashville Symphony, and Marian Shaffer of Vanderbilt University. 

In 2002 she formed the Annie Moses Band with her family, adding B3 to her retinue of musical instruments.  Soon thereafter she returned to Music City to continue her musical studies while traveling full-time with her family, performing all over the United States and around the world.  

Camille has also loved reading since she was a very small child. She wrote her first novella at 8-years-old and has written avidly throughout her life, composing novels, short stories, poetry, and articles for various magazines.  She graduated from the University of London with a Bachelors of Arts in English in 2012. She continues to write, and publishes her musings on her website:

When she is not performing, traveling, or continuing her literary pursuits, Camille enjoys baking, holistic nutrition, exotic foods, taming a beehive, and exploring cultural history. She hopes one day to backpack across Europe with her husband, James.