Amber Dahlberg is a classical pianist and organist with a passion for teaching and music education. Amber started taking classical piano lessons at the age of six. She passed all levels of the California Certificate of Merit Examinations, including the advanced level with honors.  She has also performed in church as a solo pianist and accompanist since the age of ten.

As an active performing artist, Amber presents concerts in Southern California and across the U.S. She holds the position of Guest Tabernacle Organist on the historic Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah. During her time at Brigham Young University, as a graduate instructor, she taught 15 courses to over 150 students in music theory, basic organ skills, and private music instruction. She has visited and performed on over 30 famous and notable organs across Germany and France in her studies abroad. In 2019, she won first place in the West Regional Competition for Young Organists, naming her a rising star in the American Guild of Organists. Amber holds a Master of Music and a Bachelor of Music in Organ Performance from BYU, where she studied with Dr. Don Cook and Dr. Neil Harmon.

Amber resides in Southern California with her husband, Drew, and their dog Jax. Amber is also an active equestrian and enjoys show jumping and eventing.