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Divya Maus is a German-Indian award-winning musician whose work spans the spectrum of theatrical, contemporary, and choral music. Her pieces have been performed by renowned performers including Shoshana Bean, the cast of Nickelodeon’s Baby Shark’s Big Show, and mezzo-soprano Geeta Novotny, as well as award-winning ensembles including the L.A. Choral Lab and Colorado’s Ars Nova Singers. The lead single ‘Salty Water’ from Divya's debut album BIGGER earned her a finalist placement in the Great American Song Contest and led to her opening for the Beach Boys in Los Angeles in 2014.

Divya was an original cast member of Heather Christian's ORATORIO FOR LIVING THINGS (2022 off-Broadway), TERCE: A PRACTICAL BREVIARY (2024), and is a collaborator and musician on the three-part epic immersive theatre work un/tethered created and produced by dance company Holdtight.


Before Divya moved to the U.S. in 2004, her family lived alternately between Germany, India, and England. The cultures and places that influenced her youth shape her identity as a composer today. Her work is driven by story-telling in all its different shapes; not exclusively pop songwriting or musical theatre, but all the forms in which music can be used to tell a story.

She is enraptured by musical films, animation and illustration, dance scores, plays, and big bands. 

To stay up to date with her current projects, follow her @divyamaus or check out her newsletter!


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