My name is Benjamin Ehrlich. I have over 35 years' experience as an accompanist. I'm available for piano lessons, funerals, weddings, and your substitute needs. I'm also able to record tracks for your rehearsals and performances.
Born at Wright-Patterson AFB, but a native of Bainbridge, Georgia, Benjamin has studied organ with Mark Coffey, Laura Ellis and Joseph Galema, and piano with Annette Joe and Betty Sue Shepherd. He received his Bachelor of Music in Organ Performance from the University of Florida and the Service Playing Certificate from the American Guild of Organists. Since moving to Denver in 2009, Benjamin has accompanied numerous choir and theater productions in the Jefferson County and Denver Public School districts. He has worked as a Collaborative Pianist with the Young Voices of Colorado, accompanying their Treble Makers and Voice Male ensembles, as well as a School Partnership Pianist with the Colorado Children’s Chorale. Benjamin also serves as Organist at Holy Comforter Episcopal, Broomfield, where he provides service music and accompanies the choir on the 1869 Hook organ, Colorado’s oldest pipe organ. Previously, Benjamin served as Associate Music Director for First Plymouth UCC in Englewood, CO, and Organist at Lakewood (CO) UMC and First UMC, Gainesville, Florida. A past Dean of the Denver Rocky Mountain Chapter, Benjamin continues to volunteer with the local organ guild as Calendar and Placement Coordinator.