J. Phillips is currently the chief composer for Mountain Crest Music. His original compositions and arrangements
regularly appear on best-seller and "editor's choice" lists of the nation's largest music distributors. In 1998,
Mr. Phillips' Dorian Dance was selected as the winner of the Texas Orchestra Directors' Association Composition Contest.
His Fantasia on an Original Theme was chosen as one of the 100 standard works for school orchestras, and appears
in the popular book Teaching Music Through Performance in Orchestra, Volume 1. Mr. Phillips' other works have been
published by Kendor Music, Highland-Etling (Alred), Southern Music, TRN Music Publishers, Young World Publications and Northfield
Press. His successful career as a music administrator and teacher helps him understand the unique needs of school ensembles.
Wynne Easton Phillips has had a varied career as an elementary music teacher, customer
service representative, head of refund processing, and tax professional. She received her Bachelor of Music degree
from the Crane School of Music of the State University of New York at Potsdam and a Masters of Science in Taxation from
the Zicklin School of Business.
Wynne is the business manager for Mountain Crest Music.