Aaron Solberg composer
Rev. Aaron Solberg is an award-winning cellist, composer, conductor, and minister in the Anglican Church of Canada, Diocese of the Arctic.
Rev. Solberg grew up in the Catskill Mountains of upstate NY. He studied cello with Susan Seligman, Mischa Quint, Garfield Moor, and composition with George Strasser and David Tcimpidic. Being a citizen of both the US and Germany, at the age of 19, he moved to the Black Forest region of southern Germany.
Rev. Solberg taught youth music, performed, directed, and led various ensembles throughout Europe. After several years of study and discernment, Rev. Solberg and his wife Isabelle moved to Canada, where he was ordained a deacon in the Anglican Church. Currently, they live in Baker Lake NU, where Rev. Solberg is the minister in charge of a mission parish. With his music and teaching abilities, he wishes to bring hope and new opportunities to young people.
Rev. Solberg enjoys drawing inspiration for his music from the nature and wildlife surrounding him and the faith that guides him.