Carol Crowder Phillips

Carol Crowder Phillips earned a Bachelor of Music Education degree from Oklahoma State University; taught music in Nairobi, Kenya; has worked professionally as a violinist, pianist, organist, and singer; and has recently added the kinnor (a replica of an ancient 10-string harp) to her list of instruments. Carol studied composition with Evan Tonsing and James Schlater, and attended a master class with Aaron Copland. Her compositions have been performed throughout the United States and in Kenya. She is setting “The Book of Psalms” to music and has set more than a third of the Psalms so far. She has also written works for violin, piano, organ, voice, kinnor, choir, small ensembles, big band, and a variety of other instruments.

Crazy Jane, 2011
Unconfined

Other performances
Crazy Jane, 2011
Mother’s Day 2009: A lament