Camerata, a dormitory or a comrade in Italian or an adjective meaning chambered in Latin, may refer to:
Camerata (music), a small chamber orchestra or choir
The Camerata or camerate crinoids are an extinct subclass of Paleozoic stalked crinoids. They originated in the Middle Ordovician and went extinct in the end-Permian mass extinction, and reached their maximum diversity during the Mississippian.
A camerata is a small chamber orchestra or choir, with up to 40 to 60 musicians or choristers.
''Camerata'' is triclad genus in the sub family Uteriporinae.