Mark Moliterno, MM, RYT-500, C-IAYT, Founder of YogaVoice®
Mark Moliterno is an accomplished professional opera singer, voice teacher, yoga teacher, IAYT-certified Yoga Therapist, workshop leader, and author and is known as a specialist in helping people understand and overcome physical and energetic blockages to their authentic voices. His extensive performing career has taken him to many countries in a variety of leading operatic roles and as a concert soloist and recitalist. Mark is the founder of YogaVoice®, a unique program which combines several traditions of Yoga philosophy and practice with historical Systematic Vocal Technique, to develop authenticity and wellness in the art of singing. He presents YogaVoice® workshops at professional conferences and gatherings internationally. Mark has published articles in YogaLiving Magazine, The Journal of Singing, The AAM Journal, is a co-author of The Musician’s Breath, and is the author and featured instructor of The Musician’s Breath Yoga DVD. His work, especially related to overcoming performance anxiety, was featured in an article in the May 2014 Yoga Journal magazine, entitled, “How to be fearless”. Mark is an Adjunct Associate Professor of Voice at Westminster Choir College of Rider University and maintains active private voice and yoga therapy studios in Princeton, NJ and Harleysville, PA. Please visit his website: www.theyogavoice.com.
Mark Moliterno holds the BM and MM degrees in Voice and Opera from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music where his mentor was the famous vocal pedagogue, Richard Miller. He subsequently continued his formal musical studies at Rutgers University, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, the Britten-Pears School for Advanced Musical Study in Aldeburgh, England, and the Hochschüle für Musik, Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria. Mark currently maintains his singing activity as a performer in the recital and concert repertoires. Known for his compelling and artistic recital singing, he is heard regularly in the New York/Philadelphia area.