Ben Flint

Evocative, thoughtful, and intelligent are only a few words to describe Jazz Pianist, Composer, and Clinician Ben Flint. Growing up near Memphis, Tennessee, he became excited by Jazz, Blues, and Gospel Music. While still attending high school, Ben began performing professionally all over the Memphis Area. Upon graduation, he attended the prestigious Berklee College of Music on full scholarship. At Berklee, he had the pleasure of playing with Greg Osby, Terri Lynn Carrington, and Delfayo Marsalis. By his second year in college, Ben was featured on the Lomo Records release, "No Strings Attached". Subsequently, this opened the door for him to perform on two more records on Lomo: "Joseph's Path", and "Bakatak".
After completing his degree at Berklee College of Music, he returned to the South to resume his music career. Ben began conducting music productions and teaching at the University of Memphis. While in Memphis, he landed a keyboardist position with Isaac Hayes.  Working with Isaac afforded Ben the opportunity to travel to Australia, Europe, The Middle East, and all over the United States. Ben has also appeared with Mr. Hayes on television shows that have aired on HBO, VH1, and Comedy Central. He has also performed at the Montreaux Jazz Festival, North Sea Jazz Festival, as well as the Montreal and Brazil's Free Jazz festivals.