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Divine Art is an international classical record company based in Brandon, Vermont, specialising in rare and new music.  It comprises a group of labels including Divine Art, Métier, and Athene among others, and releases around 40 new titles a year, working with studios and musicians around the world.  


The company now has distribution in many countries (since February 2013 as part of the Naxos Global Distribution network), and an ever-increasing list of new projects, but the two founding principles remain: the company looks to produce recordings of rare and unusual music of quality, and is also artist-led.


There are over 950 composers represented in the group’s catalogue;  contemporary composers of note include James Whitbourn, John McLeod, Michael Finnissy, Brian Ferneyhough, Christopher Fox, Edward Cowie, Vyacheslav Artyomov, Sam Hayden, Orlando Garcia and many others; among over 800 artists listed on the Divine Art roster are both young and veteran performers and ensembles including the Kreutzer Quartet, Solem Quartet, Gilbert Rowland, Murray McLachlan, Russian National Orchestra, The Fidelio Trio, Mary Dullea, Peter Sheppard Skaerved, Gemini, Lontano, Heather Roche, Ian Pace, Madeleine Mitchell, Christopher Redgate, John Turner, Linda Merrick and many more.

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Recording news: 13 February, 2024

Forthcoming Divine Art album: James Cook Organ Symphonies performed by Kevin Bowyer



Foremost British organist Kevin Bowyer makes his first appearance on the Divine Art label with a recording of two symphonies for organ by James Cook. This will be the ninth album of Cook’s music from Divine Art, ranging from operatic extracts, many organ works, and sacred choral and vocal compositions.  The two works on this new album are his Symphony No 8 (“Olympian”) and No. 9 (“Apollonian”). Both symphonies were written in 2006 and orchestrated in 2011. The recording was made on the organ of Glasgow University Memorial Chapel in 2023.


Recording News: 5 February, 2024

Divine Art to release album of orchestral music by Irish composer Greg Caffrey

Ulster Orchestra, Sinead Hayes (conductor)



A forthcoming Divine Art release titled Environments, using glorious Dolby Atmos recording technology, brings together four orchestral works by Irish composer Greg Caffrey. Performed by the Ulster Orchestra under conductor Sinead Hayes, this portrait album chronicles a journey of over 12 years from the composition of the first piece in 2011 to the commitment of the works to this new title.




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