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Craig Phillips

Director of Music

All Saints Church

HQ Phone:  (310) 275-0123

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All Saints Church

504 N Camden Drive

Beverly Hills, California,90210

United States

Company Description

All Saints' is an open and inclusive Episcopal church. We love Jesus and follow his teachings. So we celebrate communion and share it with anyone and everyone. In our baptism service, we promise to love our neighbors as ourselves and uphold the dignity of ever...more

Background Information

Employment History

Senior Product Manager

Contingent Network Services LLC

Director of Music

St. George's Chapel


American Guild of Organists


Association of Anglican Musicians


American Society of Composers , Authors and Publishers


Clarence Mader Foundation

Board Member

Ann Stookey Fund for New Music

Board Member

Paul Winter Consort



Eastman School of Musical Arts

Bachelor of Music Degree

Oklahoma Baptist University

Master of Music

post-graduate degrees

Eastman School of Music..

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ALL SAINTS' LEADERSHIP | All Saints Church [cached]

Dr. Craig Phillips
Director of Music

Blog Archives - Christ Church Cathedral [cached]

"Craig Phillips (b. 1961) is a distinguished and popular American composer and organist.
His choral and organ music is heard Sunday by Sunday in churches and cathedrals across the United States, and many of his works have been performed in concert throughout North America, Europe and Asia. He was named the American Guild of Organists Distinguished Composer for 2012 - the seventeenth recipient of this special award. Dr. Phillips joins an illustrious list that include past honorees Virgil Thomson, Ned Rorem, Daniel Pinkham, Stephen Paulus, David Hurd and others. Dr. Phillips holds the degrees Doctor of Musical Arts, Master of Music, and the Performers Certificate from the Eastman School of Music, Rochester, New York, where he studied with the great pedagogue Russell Saunders. His Bachelor of Music Degree is from Oklahoma Baptist University, and his early musical studies were at the Blair School of Music in Nashville. Dr. Phillips has served as Director of Music at All Saints' Church, Beverly Hills since 2009. He previously served for 20 years as the churches' Associate Director of Music and Composer-in-Residence. He is a member of the American Guild of Organists, the Association of Anglican Musicians, and the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers and serves on the board of the Ann Stookey Fund for New Music and the Clarence Mader Foundation. He resides in West Hollywood, California."

Ministry Contacts | All Saints Church [cached]

Craig Phillips
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Music | All Saints Church [cached]

Dr. Craig Phillips
Director of Music

Selah Publishing Co. - Craig Phillips [cached]

Phillips | Phillips, | Phillips.html | Craig Phillips
Selah Publishing Co. - Craig Phillips Craig Phillips Craig Phillips is the Music Associate at All Saints' Episcopal Church in Beverly Hills, Calif. He maintains an active concert schedule, and has appeared as soloist with members of the Eastman Philharmonia, the Oklahoma Symphony, the Los Angeles Mozart Orchestra, and the Corona del Mar Baroque Music Festival. He has been a finalist in several organ playing competitions. Phillips is a noted composer, having received numerous commissions, including those from the National Cathedral, the Association of Anglican Musicians, the University of California, Riverside, the duo-organ team The Chenaults, and Episcopal cathedrals in Buffalo, Portland, and Atlanta. He has written both choral and organ pieces, including several of each published by Selah. Phillips was born in Louisville, Kent., in 1961. He received a B.M. from Oklahoma Baptist University, and a M.M. and D.M.A. and the Performers Certificate from the Eastman School of Music, Rochester, N.Y., where he studied with the late Russell Saunders. Recordings A Festival Song: The Music of Craig Phillips (All Saints Episcopal Church, Beverly Hills, California, Tom Foster Conductor) There's a Voice in the Wilderness Crying (Craig Phillips, Two-pt., kybd., 422-903, Easy) -------- SAB Glorious Things of Thee Are Spoken (Craig Phillips, SAB, organ, 2 tpts./kybd., opt. timp., opt. cong., 425-888, Mod. easy) The Beatitudes (Craig Phillips, SATB, organ, 410-516, Mod. diff.) Benedictus Dominus Deus (Song of Zechariah) (Craig Phillips, SATB and organ, 410-887, Difficult) New! Breathe on Me, Breath of God (Craig Phillips, SATB a cappella, 405-605, Mod. easy) Keep Watch, Dear Lord (Craig Phillips, SATB, organ, 420-526, Mod. diff.) Most High, Omnipotent, Good Lord (Craig Phillips, SATB and organ, 410-629, Mod. diff.) Rejoice and Exult (Craig Phillips, SATB, organ, 405-148, Mod. diff.) New!Restore in Us, O God (Craig Phillips, SATB, organ, 410-325, Mod. diff.) New!Sing to the Lord-Psalm 98 (Craig Phillips, SATB, organ, opt. children's choir, 410-899, Mod. diff.) Surely It Is God Who Saves Me (Craig Phillips, SATB a cappella, 410-844, Mod. diff.) Transfiguration (Phillips, SATB, organ, 405-390) A True Hymn (Craig Phillips, SATB, organ, 418-624, Mod. difficult) New! Phillips Hymn Arrangements (Craig Phillips, Moderately difficult) Dies Gratiae: Requiem Reflections(Craig Phillips, 440-90x, Difficult) Organ/Keyboard publications New! Archangel Suite (Craig Phillips, organ solo, 160-870, Mod. diff.) Fanfare for organ solo (Craig Phillips, organ solo, 160-640, Mod. difficult) New! Fantasia: A Languedoc Landscape - Tone Poem for Organ, Brass quintet, and Timpani (Craig Phillips, 160-910, Mod. diff.-Diff.) Fantasia on Sine Nomine (Craig Phillips, organ solo, 160-676, Mod. diff.) Fantasy Toccata (Craig Phillips, organ solo, 160-858, Difficult) New! Fugue on the Carillon d'Alet (Craig Phillips, organ solo, 160-852, Mod. diff.) Glad Praises We Sing (Phillips, organ solo, 160-814) Joy to the World: Three Preludes for Christmas (Phillips, 160-815) March for Trumpet and Organ (Phillips, 160-970, organ and tpt., Mod. diff.) Night Song for Oboe and Organ or Harpsichord (Craig Phillips, Oboe and keybd., 160-930, Mod. diff.) Partita on Veni Creator (Craig Phillips, organ solo, 160-440, Mod. difficult) Pastorale and Dance for Organ and Bassoon (Craig Phillips, organ and bassoon, 160-975, Mod. difficult) Phillips: 25 Harmonizations and Descants (Craig Phillips, organ collection, 160-731, Mod. easy) Prelude & Exultation for Organ, Brass Quintet, and Percussion (Craig Phillips, 160-985, Diff.) Psalm Prelude (Craig Phillips, organ solo, 160-875, Mod. diff.) New! Rhapsody for Organ (Craig Phillips, organ solo, 160-830, Difficult) Scenes from a Gallery (Craig Phillips, organ, flute, violin, 160-900, Mod. diff.) Ss. Simon & Jude Organ Book (Daniels, Erickson, Farrell, Fedak, Phillips, Proulx, 160-615, Mod. Sojourn for Organ and Wind Ensemble (Craig Phillips, 160-941, Difficult) Suite Breve (Craig Phillips, organ solo, 160-609, Mod. diff.) Suite for Organ and Brass Quintet and Percussion (Craig Phillips, organ and brass, 160-981, Mod. difficult) Three Sketches (Craig Phillips, organ solo, 160-812, Mod. diff.) Toccata on How Firm a Foundation (Craig Phillips, 160-655, Mod. difficult) Toccata on Hyfrydol (Craig Phillips, organ solo, 160-675, Mod. diff.) Tribute (Craig Phillips, organ solo, 160-682, Mod. easy)

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