Brita Sjöberg was born in 1979 and comes from the Dalarna area in central Sweden. She has a masters degree in church music from the School of Music in Piteå at Luleå University of Technology, where she studied organ with professor Gary Verkade and choir conducting with professor Erik Westberg. She also has a soloist diploma from the Danish Royal Acadamy of Music in Copenhagen, where she studied organ with professor Hans Fagius. Her debut concert, which included music for organ and choir, took place in St Markus church in Copenhagen in 2008. From 2010 she has lived and worked in Norway, with positions in various churches in the Trondheim area. In 2022, she was appointed cathedral organist of Nidaros cathedral in Trondheim; the national sanctuary of Norway, with responsibility for the 127-stop Steinmeyer organ from 1930 and the Joachim Wagner organ from 1741. Brita Sjöberg has given numerous concerts in Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Germany and has participated as artist in international music festivals. She has performed with orchestras such as Malmö Symphony Orchestra. She is also an active choir conductor and singer.