Despite being put into a children’s house after the loss of life of his dad and long lasting continuous ill wellness, Berg were able to research piano and finally enter Copenhagen Conservatory, learning counterpoint, music background and instrumentation. After performing refugee choirs for the Danish underground from 1943-44, Berg shifted to Paris to review with Honegger and Messian. His early compositions had been atonal and impressionistic. The impact of the two composers led Berg to explore serialism in his =Suite= for cello (1950). Although his functions were broadly performed in Denmark, his condition of financial problems lasted for quite some time, partially because his wish to compose was more powerful than his desire to create cash. The Danish federal government finally honored him an annual artist’s stipend in 1965.