Divna Ljubojevic began singing and conducting at a very early age and as a student was already at the head of one of the oldest and most respected Serbian choirs - Belgrade's First Singing Society (founded in 1853). For more than two decades, Divna has performed at prestigious concert halls around the world - to date, she has held over 500 concerts, leaving both various audiences and strict critics breathless. She has also held numerous Master workshops and seminars in France, Great Britain and Russia. As for her ensemble, "The Melodists", she has made a unique kind of school, out of which many respected singers, conductors and music professors have emerged. Concerts, singing at Liturgies, pedagogical engagements, and having released 18 albums puts Divna among the leading specialists in the musical tradition of Byzantine culture(referring to the cultures in which Byzantine influence has made and maintains its mark, like that of Russia, Serbia, Bulgaria and Greece, Sir Dimitri Obolensky used the term "Byzantine Commonwealth").
For her work, Divna has been honored with numerous awards, including awards at the International Choir Festival in Belgrade (2000), a Medal from the head of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Metropolitan Vladimir (2010) and the "Medal of Faithfulness and Faith" in Belarus for her "contribution to spiritual rebirth"(2014). As well, the leading French magazine for classical music "Le Mond de la Musique" awarded her album "Lumieres du Chant Byzantin" the highest possible rating, 5 stars.
Her first album with Valley Entertainment, In Search of Divine Light, is set for release on July 22, 2014.