Camille DaSilva is a harpist, pianist, and B3 player living in Nashville, TN.  She travels as a musician with the Annie Moses Band.  The group has multiple successful PBS specials, the most recent being "The Art of the Love Song".  Camille recently made her debut with the Annie Moses Band at Carnegie Hall and the Grand Ole Opry.

Camille has won multiple awards and accolades for classical piano and harp.  She has studied with master pedagogues such as, on harp, Emily Mitchell (Eastman School of Music), Licia Jaskunas (Indiana University, Eastman School of Music), and Marian Shaffer (Memphis State University) of Vanderbilt University and, on piano, Amy Dorfman (Indiana University School of Music), Dr Jerome Reed (Catholic University of America; Middle Tennessee State University); Viktoria Mushkatkol (Kiev Music School, St Petersburg Conservatory, University of Illinois) of the Juilliard School of Music in NYC.  Camille is the principal harp director for the Annie Moses Music Festival in Franklin, TN.