Ben Culli is a 1997 graduate of Concordia University in River Forest, Illinois. He earned a Bachelor's of Music Education degree and studied organ under Thomas Gieschen and Steven Wente. Ben also played French horn in the Concordia Wind Symphony under the direction of Richard Fischer. After graduating, he served as high school and grade school band director for the Lutheran Education Association of Houston, and as general music instructor, children's choir director and adult handbell choir director at Our Savior Lutheran Church and School in Houston. He has been organist at congregations in the Chicago, Houston and Milwaukee metropolitan areas. Ben is currently employed as senior keyboard publications editor at Hal Leonard Corporation and also serves as organist at Peace Lutheran Church, LCMS, in New Berlin, Wisconsin. He is an active composer of music for organ, choir, chamber ensembles and concert band. His work has been published by Augsburg Fortress Publishers and Concordia Publishing House. Ben resides in Milwaukee with his wife, Heather, and their three children, Rachel, Nathan, and Leah.
Monday, April 15, 2013
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Praise the One offers the organist a new take on a set of popular hymn tunes. Appropriate throughout the church year, this collection's versatility will make it often accessible.
Thursday, October 15, 2009
Tunes: Blaenwern, Bred dina vida vingar, Brother James' Air, Hiding Place, How Can I Keep from Singing, In Babilone, Martyrdom, O dass ich tausend Zungen... read more
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