Ben Caston

Ben Caston

Professor of Voice




  • D.M.A., Church Music/Voice, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
  • M.M.C.M., Church Music/Voice, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
  • B.M., Church Music, Voice,/Piano, William Carey College, Hattiesburg, MS
  • A.A., Southwest Mississippi Community College, Summit, MS

Dr. Caston serves as professor of voice. As a minister of music Dr. Caston has served Baptist Churches in Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia and Texas.

Dr. Caston has conducted Mozart’s Requiem, Handel’s Messiah, Vivaldi’s Gloria, Rutter’s Magnificat, Rutter’s Requiem, Haydn’s Te Deum, and Mendelssohn’s Hear My Prayer with the Texas Medical Center Community Choir and Orchestra.

Dr. Caston, a lyric tenor and active oratorio soloist, has performed with various choral societies, symphonies, and orchestras, and colleges. Most notably, he has performed Mozart’s Requiem, Handel’s Messiah, Teichler’s The Good Samaritan, and Dubois’s The Seven Last Words of Christ.

Dr. Caston is an active member of the Century Men, National Association of Teachers of Singing, American Choral Directors Association, and The Baptist Church Music Conference.

Dr. Caston and his wife, Rebecca, have two children, Clay and Sydney, and they live in Fort Worth, Texas.

Meet Ben Caston

Following high school, Caston briefly went to Southwest Mississippi Community College before attending William Carey College in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, where he earned a Bachelor of Music with a concentration in voice and piano. He also began his career in serving the Lord in ministerial positions.

“I started serving in ministry while in college in 1994, so 29 years later, I’ve been serving in music ministry..."

Read More