an adjective, from the Spanish camarada (“comrade”), from cámara derived from Latin camera (“chamber”).
in music, a small chamber orchestra or "choir".
The term 'Camerata' dates back to 1573, when the Florentine Camerata, a group comprised of musicians, poets, artists, intellectuals, and classical humanists, formed in Italy. Their discussions led to the revolutionary idea to combine language and music and thus was born opera. Following this tradition, we at Camerata desire to blend values of art, music, and philosophy with the fast-paced modern age of technology.