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Dr. Craig Phillips

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Director of Music

Local Address:  Los Angeles , California , United States
All Saints Church
504 N Camden Drive
Beverly Hills , California 90210
United States

Company Description: All Saints' has three venues for your year-round shopping needs! THE ALL SAINTS' PARISH STORE, located in the Parish Office, is open from 9am to 4pm, Monday...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Bachelor of Music Degree
    Oklahoma Baptist University
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KCAGO - Bombarde!, 1 Aug 2012 [cached]
I hope several of you are planning to play on the Members Recital in March at Trinity Lutheran Church, performing music of Craig Phillips, AGO Distinguished Composer for 2012.
ECS Publishing: Composer Bios P, 29 Sept 2011 [cached]
Craig Phillips
Craig Phillips(b.1961) is a distinguished and popular American composer and organist. He 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
In July 2002, Dr. Phillips was featured as soloist with the Philadelphia Orchestra in a performance of his Concertino for organ and orchestraduring the National Convention of the American Guild of Organists in Philadelphia. He has also appeared as soloist with members of the Eastman Philharmonia, the Oklahoma Symphony, the Los Angeles Mozart Orchestra, and Musica Angelica at the Corona del Mar Baroque Music Festival. Dr. Phillips has appeared as soloist at regional conventions of the AGO and at various venues across the United States, and in 2004 performed and lectured at the University of Iowa's Institute of Sacred Music. He has distinguished himself in a number of competitions, including First Prize in the 1994 Clarence Mader Competition for organ composition. He was a judge for the 2004 National Competition in Organ Improvisation at the National AGO convention in Los Angeles, and for the 2005 AGO/Holtcamp Award in Organ Composition.
Dr. Phillips is increasingly in demand as a composer. He has been awarded commissions from such organizations The American Guild of Organists (for the National Convention in Seattle, 2000, and for regional conventions in San Diego, and Binghamton, 2001), The Association of Anglican Musicians, The Chamber Orchestra at St. Matthew's (Pacific Palisades, CA), CoroAllegro of Wilmington, Delaware, University of California at Riverside, Washington National Cathedral and many other churches and institutions. His secular works include a Concerto for Harpsichord and Chamber Orchestra, Concerto for Bassoon and Strings, A Festival Song for chorus and orchestra, a song cycle for soprano and orchestra entitled Songs of the Unknown Region, Suite for Organ, Brass Quintet and Percussion, two Sonatas for organ, and a number of other chamber works. His works have received critical acclaim in journals such as Clavier, The American Organist, Cross Accent, and The Journal of the Association of Anglican Musicians, and have been broadcast on National Public Radio's Pipedreams. He has received numerous ASCAP awards, andin 1993 he was the recipient of a Meet the Composer grant for a work premiered at the Ojai Festival. His organ and choral works are published by a number of firms. A recording from Gothic Records was released in early 2004 - entitled A Festival Song - and features a sampling of Phillips' choral and instrumental works performed by All Saints' Choir and Craig Phillips as organist. Other works have been recorded on the Arkay, JAV, Summit, and Pro Organo labels.
Dr. Phillips serves as Associate Director of Music and Composer-in-Residence at All Saints' Episcopal Church in Beverly Hills. He has accompanied the semi-professional choir of that church on several concert tours, and been featured with them on compact discs released by Gothic Records. 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 Clarence Mader Foundation.
Officers, 18 July 2005 [cached]
Region VIII (South) Craig Phillips
News, 11 Sept 2012 [cached]
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Organ: Prelude on 'Engelberg' Craig ..., 1 Jan 2012 [cached]
Organ: Prelude on 'Engelberg' Craig Phillips
Music Note: British-born Paul Halley was from 1977-1990 Organist and Choirmaster of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City, where he directed the long-established intergenerational choir program and transformed the Cathedral's music program into a rich combination of classical and contemporary music. He then was founder and artistic director of Connecticut's acclaimed choirs, Chorus Angelicus and Gaudeamus, based in Torrington. He is winner of five Grammy awards for his contributions as a writer and performer on recordings by the Paul Winter Consort, of which he was a member for eighteen years. Since 2007 he has been Director of Music at St. George's Anglican Church and at the University of King's College Chapel, in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The basis of today's offertory anthem is the hymn-tune St. Botolph (Hymnal 1982 No. 209), set with highly imaginative harmony and a virtuosic accompaniment. As in his work 'Freedom Trilogy' heard last May on Youth Sunday, Halley's pen forges new territory combining the traditional with the distinctly modern. After one sustained high note creates a magical transition back to the opening accompaniment figure, the anthem concludes (as do many hymn-anthems) with a descant soaring over the final stanza, and an ecstatic Amen. † The communion anthem was written in 1997 for a conference of church musicians in Denver, Colorado. Its refrain is intended for congregational singing and may one day be introduced as a fraction anthem at St. John's. † Craig Phillips is Music Director at All Saints Episcopal Church, Beverly Hills, California and another prolific composer of organ and choral music. His early setting of Stanford's hymn tune is designed for an instrument with a distinctive fanfare trumpet (or better yet, as at St. John's, two such sets of pipes, one at each end of the building).
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