Phil Woodmore is a native of St. Louis and has been an active member of the St. Louis music community for many years. Phil received his bachelor’s degree from Saint Louis University in Business Marketing and Music Vocal Performance, and then went on to receive his master’s degree from Webster University in Music Education. He is currently in the final stages of his Ph.D. in Music Education at the University of Missouri-Columbia and plans to research the male changing voice during his dissertation work. Phil taught choir one year at Ferguson and Berkley Middle Schools in the Ferguson-Florissant School District and then went on to become the choir director at Crestview Middle School in the Rockwood School District where he has been teaching for ten years. Along with his work in Rockwood, Phil is Voice Program Coordinator at COCA where he is the artist director of the Allegro Music Company, director of the Saint Louis Metropolitan Police Department Choir, director of the Northern Arizona University Gospel Choir, Artist in Residency for the State of Arizona for a two year term 2016-2018, minister of music at Trinity Community Church, and vocal coach to many in St. Louis and New York. Phil was recently named the director of the Saint Louis Community Gospel Choir in partnership with the Forest Park Community College where he just received a position as adjunct professor. For more information on Phil Woodmore, please visit www.pwoodmoremusic.com.