Benjamin Kolodziej holds an undergraduate degree in organ performance, and masters degrees in theology and sacred music from Southern Methodist University. He has played organ concerts throughout the UK, Germany, Italy, Norway, Austria, and throughout the USA, including at St Patrick's Cathedral, NYC, Washington National Cathedral, St Thomas Church Fifth Avenue, the Cathedral of St Philip in Atlanta, and the Cathedral of St Mary in San Francisco. His organ music is published by CPH, GIA, and Augsburg, and he has written for numerous journals including The American Organist, The Diapason, Methodist History, Concordia Theological Quarterly, The Chorister, The Tracker, The Canterbury Dictionary of Hymnology, and Theatre Organ, among others, and contributed to the new Lutheran Service Book Hymnal Companion. He has served as sub dean and dean of the Dallas Chapter--American Guild of Organists. As a hobby, he accompanies silent movies.
He also serves as Chapel Organist at Perkins Chapel, SMU, as well as Organist and Choirmaster at St John's Episcopal Church in Dallas.