Native to Washington, Erling Iverson is a graduate of the University of Washington, with post graduate studies in Siena, Italy. His teachers have included Ronald Phillips, William McColl, Karl Leister and Anthony Gigliotti.
Erling has played in the Seattle Youth Symphony, The Seattle Symphony, the Seattle Opera, the Symphony Orchestra of the State of Mexico, orchestras in Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Badenweiler in Germany, The Gettsyburg Symphony, the Alexzandria Symphony, The Irving Symphony, and has toured Europe with Evita.
His first appearance as a soloist was with his ninth grade band at Denny Jr. Highschool playing Weber’s First Concerto. He since has toured the U.S. and Europe. Iverson has released 2 CDs of music for clarinet and piano on an independent label.
Erling loves teaching Clarinet, Saxophone, Flute and Piano Lessons. It reminds him of his own music lessons and reminds him of the effort it takes to learn a music instrument.