Mr. Daniel E. Solberg
Daniel Solberg is a staple in the professional music scene in Atlanta and has earned widespread respect as a pianist, organist and arranger. At Georgia State University, Mr. Solberg is collaborative pianist and coach and serves as music director for the opera program. From show choirs to symphonic ensembles, Mr. Solberg's orchestrations have been heard across the United States. He regularly writes for the biggest churches in Atlanta, and most recently his orchestration can be heard on a CD release by the Atlanta Boy Choir. He also orchestrated and produced an album of inspirations songs that won the Global Music Award's "Award of Merit" in 2012.
Mr. Solberg's musical sensitivity as accompanist has led him to play for many distinguished performers including two-time Grammy award-winning singer, Sylvia McNair. For several years he accompanied La Musica Lirica, a summer opera program in Italy; he is excited to be part of a similar program in Brazil in the summer of 2013. After graduating summa cum laude from Millikin University, he earned the title of "youngest director on the high seas" and played for many of the biggest cruise ship entertainers, including Mark Preston from the Letterman Trio. He has also played concerts under the direction of world-renowned conductor Don Neuen as well as under the direction of several members of the New York Voices. When Mr. Solberg is not playing the piano, he also enjoys being organist at Wieuca Road Baptist Church in Atlanta. He is especially excited to be performing with organist Nick Bowden at the Crystal Cathedral in Los Angeles this spring!