Score and rehearsal for Babes in Toyland during the Spring 2019 semester open paint cans for Stagecraft during the Spring 2019 semester a whisk in a bowl of frothed liquid from How to Boil Water during Spring 2019 semester two PHS students practice Ballroom Dance during Spring 2019 Semester money and worksheets from Japanese during Spring 2021 semester fencing gear including foil, glove, and helmet sit on the floor next a PHS student during a spring 2019 fencing class
 

Benjamin Klein To All Instructors



Ben Klein is a professional musician, educator, and composer based in the Twin Cities. He received a Ph.D. in music composition from the University of Minnesota, an MA in music composition and experimental music from Wesleyan University, and a BMus in music theory and tuba performance from Lawrence University. As a composer and a performer, Ben specializes in contemporary, experimental, and electro-acoustic music. He has taught music theory, composition, music technology, and tuba performance at a number of institutions including the University of Minnesota, Lawrence University, Anoka Ramsey Community College, Concordia University, and the St. Joseph School of Music. Ben is currently active as a composer, educator, and arts advocate through the 113 Composers Collective.

Current Classes
Building Electronic Instruments – Instructor (closed)
Instrument Building, Electronics, and Creative Media: An Exploration of Sound Art – Instructor (open)
Music Composition Workshop – Instructor (open)