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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 Daniel was collaborative pianist and coach for seven years and served as music director for the opera program.
From show choirs to symphonic ensembles, Daniel’s orchestrations have been heard across the United States. Daniel regularly writes music the biggest churches in Atlanta, and most recently his orchestration can be heard on a CD release by the Atlanta Boy Choir. The 2018 musical season was especially exciting for Daniel as he performed at the Western Michigan Jazz Festival, a Future Symphony show in Abuja, Nigeria, and a concert in the Chicagoland area. He also produced the third annual Christmas on Clairemont - an Atlanta community Christmas concert that benefits a charitable organization while featuring world-class, Grammy award-winning talent. He also had the privilege of performing on two of Atlanta's famous organs: instrument at Spivey Hall and the Schwartz Center at Emory University. In February 2019, Daniel produced the recording of the first opera written about the immigration controversy and the building of the wall at the Mexican/American border, entitled The Wall and the Rose.
Daniel'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 and works for a similar program in Brazil, FIO Americas. After graduating summa cum laude from Millikin University, Daniel 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 more than once under the direction of world-renowned conductor Don Neuen as well as under the direction of several members of the New York Voices. When Daniel is not playing the piano, he enjoys serving as organist at First Baptist Church, Decatur.