Alternate names/spellings: Bonifaci, Bonifatz, or Bonifacio

Dates: 1253 - 1266 () 

Calvo was a Genoese troubadour of the late thirteenth century. The only biographical account of (part of) his life is found in the vida of Bertolome Zorzi. He is, however, the most notable Genoese troubadour after Lanfranc Cigala. In total, nineteen of his poems and two descorts have survived.