David Åberg was born in 1980 in Falun, some 300 km northwest of Stockholm. It's an area of very old folk music traditions. Both his parents were church musicians.
After graduating from senior high school he went to the academic university city of Uppsala, some 70 km north of Stockholm. He started studying music science, and took part in some of the well known academic choirs, such as The Academic Chamber Choir of Uppsala, Orphei Drängar and a few others. There he met the conductor and professor Stefan Parkman. He made David study choir conducting, and became his teacher. David did also take part in some opera performances such as "The Magic Flute" by Mozart.
After some studyies he moved to the Royal Academy of Music in Stockholm. He studied organ music, choir conducting, orchestra conducting and singing for the most well known teachers. He did some graduation concerts.
He went on singing in the best choirs, such as The Chamber Choir, conducted by professor Eric Ericsson. He has also done some solo singing, such as being the bass soloist in Mozart's Requiem.
David went on developing his music abilities doing some master classes, conducting choirs and so on. He is since August 2009 the conductor of The Enskede Chamber Choir.