Stockholm based Divine Opera consists of the two sopranos Caroline Gentele and Gabriella Lambert-Olsson.

Divine´s debut performance was at the Stockholm water Prize in 2007. This acclaimed debut resulted in an invitation to perform for the Swedish King and Queen during their official visit to Vienna.

Since then Divine has sung their way into the hearts of many an audience, on the popular TV programs ”Allsång på Skansen” (twice), Go’ kväll, Humorgalan, Nyhetsmorgon TV4, Gomorron Sverige SVT, Moreaus med mera, at the Polar Prize gala dinner, the Stockholm Pride Festival and at Dalhalla´s Firework concert,” amongst others.

In December 2013 Divine had the great honor to produce and perform at at the Swedish Nobel Prize gala dinner in Stockholm.

In Sweden Divine has performed with orchestras such as the Dala Sinfonietta, Västerås sinfonietta, Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Norrköping Symphony Orchestra, Malmö Symphony Orchestra, Borås Symphony Orchestra, the Drottningholm Baroque Ensemble, Rebaroque, amongst others.

Outside Sweden Divine has sung several times in Norway, Denmark, Finland, Estonia, Germany, England, USA, China and India.

 Divine has toured a lot in Sweden with their own show ”A Divine taste of opera” and with the magical musical play ”The Swedish Nightingales” which tells the fantastic story of the three Swedish opera stars Jenny Lind, Christina Nilsson and Signe Hebbe. During the autumn of 2016 Divine performed  ”The Swedish Nightingales” at the Preston Bradley Hall in Chicago thanks to a scholarship from Dr. Anders Wall´s foundation.

During 2017 Divine  performed all over Sweden and with Forsvarets Stabsmusikkorps in Norway and also at Klara Soppteater with ”Tillbaka till nu” a comic piece written for Divine by Katrin Sundberg. 

During 2018 /19 Divine will tour in Sweden with the play ”The Swedish Nightingales”, they are going back to India for charity concerts ( in October and for concerts i Bangkok (also in October) and they are planning a  recording of new Cd with the Swedish Military Orchestra ”Arméns Musikkår” conducted by Andreas Hanson. They are also performing at Klara Soppteater with a newly written piece about Ingmar Bergman and his love for music.

Divine has previously  released two Cd´s: ”Divine”  mainly produced and arranged by Anders Neglin  ”A Divine Christmas” with Malmö Symphony Orchestra and two singles: ”Anthem for all mankind” (Nobel Prize 2013)  and ”Here again”.