These images of Mano Divina are being preserved in the RCA archives and the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia.

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"Wildly talented, Divina and his eight-piece ensemble dazzle their audience without resorting to pretentiousness. Their musical renditions are thoroughly distinctive and hands-down dynamic–expressive at times and ethereal in others. Plus, there is something uniquely enriching in a form of musical entertainment wherein science meets magic in a daring fusion that does not only sound naturally pleasing to the ears but is also downright fun.”
- Hooked On Entertainment


"Their music can only be described as ethereal, eloquent and mezmerizing. Divina and company's expertise is immediately apparent. Experiencing one of their shows will be something that will be remebered for a lifetime, and the the powerful stage presence of Mano Divina should be seen by every music lover"
-Montgomery Media


“Breathless entertainment that leaves you hanging on every note and gesture as Divina hypnotizes electricity to release the voices of angels from the air with this finger tips”
-www.allaboutjazz.com

"Divine Hand bring a sense of fun, without dipping into kitch.
They prefer a sexier theatricality, a hypnotic sensuality, stirred on by the purring strings and whirring theremin. Their swirling, cinematic take on "Ghost Town" is particuarly haunting"
- The City Paper

"They enchant and dazzle auidences. Creating inspiring and elegant 21st century classical music, not seen or heard by most"
-Anne Rappaport

"Pure magic! As fascinating to watch as it is to hear"
-Bucks County News

"Electrifying, dazzling and hypnotic"
-The Explorer

"Divine Hand deliver pure magic"
-Phil Andrews

“An amalgamation of magic, science, and music”

“Enchanting! Holds the audience spell bound”

'Divina holds complete physical and emotional poise,
concentration and control over his instrument.”

"Classical music for the 21st century”

“Refining the art of playing the theremin”

"Haunting and beautiful, a moving experience"

"Classical music does not change very often, but we're always in for a shock when it does. The Divine Hand Ensemble has done exactly this through the works of Mano Divina and a few radical Americans. The extremely talented group from Philadelphia, The Divine Hand Ensemble, consists of a Thereminist, string quartet, classical guitarist, two harpists, a soprano, and a tenor. These musicians give a flawless performance; their fine musicianship and incredible talent is ever apparent throughout the entire concert. For music lovers of all ages, The Divine Hand Ensemble is a must see experience that will leave a remarkable impression for a lifetime."
- International review board

"There certainly is divinity in their music. Thank you for allowing the world to be touched by the Divine hand of God through music. "

"Congratulations to your fine violinist, for a sensitive and expressive portrayal of our fine Art"
-The Guild of Funerary Violinists

"...Enchant and delight with music unlike any other... as Mano Divina draws music out of the air as a master of the Theremin"
- The Metro

"At the hands of Mano Divina the Theremin sounds divine"
-Molly Daly KYW/CBS

"Enriching, openhearted, unpretentious, and down right fun... wildly talanted, diverse and quirky"
-Cinedelphia Film Fest

"A 93 year old instrument played without contact - that's past present and future. Pitch and volume determined by movement of the hands - that's mind and body. But when Mano Divina makes that Theremin sing - well, that's soul"
- Doton Akintoye City Paper

"Bends his eye on vacancy and with the very air doth hold discourse"