About Beau Phillips
Beau Phillips is a music teacher originally from the Bay Area who has taught band, orchestra, choir, and theatre for grades K-12 in his hometown Vacaville, in Placerville and in his current city Las Vegas. Beau attended Cal State Fullerton where he obtained his bachelor’s in fine arts, majoring in Musical Theatre. While at Cal State Fullerton, Beau honed his acting, singing, and dancing skills, was a member of the University Wind Ensemble, where he played bassoon and saxophone and sang with the Men’s Choir.
Vocally, he studied under Hollywood Bowl Conductor Mitchell Hanlon and in the Front & Center performances at Arrowhead Pond, had the opportunity to share the stage with Whoopi Goldberg, Christopher Reeve, and Walter Cronkite as these luminaries were honored with song and dance by the University Show Choir The Preeminents. As a high school teacher, Beau’s orchestra ensembles at Will C. Wood High School earned Superior ratings at the CMEA Music Festivals and three of the musicals that he served as Musical Director for – Seussical, Pirates of Penzance, and Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat earned multiple Arty Awards including one for best High School Music Director for Pirates. Beau is an accomplished pianist having served as Music Director and Accompanist for St. Paul’s Methodist Church in Vacaville for many years and has done many gigs at corporate events, hotel bars, and other venues as a cocktail pianist.
Beau is also a music producer and engineer, has produced albums for country, Christian, heavy metal, and rock bands and has composed, produced, and performed 14 of his own albums that are available on Spotify, Apple Music, Soundcloud and more. Currently a Graduate student, Beau is working on earning his Masters in Secondary Education and is teaching theatre and music at a Las Vegas High School.