Aaron Wajnberg studied at the Royal Antwerp Conservatoire with professor Levente Kende.
In 2011, he made his Carnegie Hall debut and has performed worldwide as a soloist and a collaborative pianist ever since.
At a very young age, Aaron Wajnberg became laureate of almost all national Belgian piano competitions. He was a prizewinner of the International EPTA competition and won first prize at the International American Protégé Piano Competition in New York.
He has performed at the Teatro Municipal in Rio de Janeiro (Brasil), Palau de les Arts in Valencia (Spain), the Bayerische Staatsoper München (Germany), Crystall Hall in Rogaska Slatina (Slovenia), Teatro Communale in Bologna (Italy), Auditorium du Nouveau Siècle in Lille (France), Ruse State Opera (Bulgaria), DeSingel and AMUZ Festival van Vlaanderen in Antwerp, Brussels Royal Conservatoire (Belgium). As a soloist, he has played with different orchestras, such as the Rousse Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra Filarmonico San Remo, Bruoscella Symphony Orchestra, Il Novecento, Orchestre Festival de Lille, Antwerpen Camerata under the baton of conductors such as Koen Kessels, Dimitris Spouras, Edmond Saveniers, Robert Groslot, Erwin Pallemans, Carlo Ranieri, Jan Steenbrugge, André Walschaerts. He has established himself as a chamber musician in high demand, has paired with the Russian violinist Artiom Shishkov as well as Fernando Gonzalez, Vlad Weverbergh, Stephanie Friede, Maciej Pikulski and Matthew Barley among others. He forms a lied duo with soprano Charlotte Wajnberg. He was the accompanist for international masterclasses by great singers such as Maxim Mikhailov, Stephanie Friede, Anne Cambier, Lubov Stuchevskaya, Thomas Allen, Sergei Leiferkus, Gary Jankowski, Ann Murray, Jean-Paul Fouchecourt, and Christianne Stotijn.
Commiting a great deal of his time to vocal accompagnement, Aaron Wajnberg studied with Roger Vignoles in London and with Helmut Deutsch in Vienna. He works as a vocal coach and accompanist at the Royal Antwerp Conservatoire where he also holds the chair of the piano department.
He regularly performs contemporary music and has collaborated with composers such as L. Brewaeys, P. Boesmans and R. Groslot.
He made his debut CD for the Austrian label Salzburg Concert Records.