Mark's Media and publications to date
Think Act Be Podcast; with Seth J. Gillihan, PhD. Ep. 8: Mark Moliterno – Strengthening the Voice Through Mind, Body, and Spirit
ChoirBaton Podcast with Beth Philemon: Episode 8, pt 1, Episode 9, pt. 2 (April 19, 2019)
Beyond the Classroom TV Interview w/Diana Ahl, MSEd., CPC, CDTLF™️: https://youtu.be/mDfkddSgeT8
The Musician's Being - co-authored with James Jordan and Dominic Gregorio (GIA 2020)
"Jordan explores our need for humility in music making and the importance of “slow art” for all musicians and teachers in this fast information age. He reflects on the loneliness of musicians and draws on yoga concepts to explore our deepest places. And he advocates, with contributions from Dominic Gregorio and Mark Moliterno, the gift of abundances and learning to breathe “as” another."
Link to Book on GIA's website
"Cultivating Authentic Musicianship with YogaVoice" - Essay in Becoming Musical by Frank Abrahams and Ryan John (GIA 2017)
The Musician’s Breath - co-authored with James Jordan and Nova Thomas (GIA, 2010)
"Breath is the connective tissue between the artist's internal intention and external, physical expression." Link to Book on GIA's website
Link to Book on Amazon
The Musician’s Breath Yoga DVD - Mark leads a practical, user-friendly session of Yoga postures and breathing practices for increasing breath awareness and physical freedom. (GIA 2010)
Link to DVD on GIA's website
The Musician's Breath DVD reviewed in The Choral Journal, June 2012:
Mark Moliterno’s guided yoga master class provides an effective way for the viewer to become
immersed as a conscious breather within each exercise. The masterclass begins with a brief
lecture followed by gentle and opening asana suited for the novice or intermediate yoga student.
His use of questions steers the student through self-inquiry and encourages observations of
blockages and flowing breath.
“YogaVoice: Balancing the Physical Instrument” - Journal of Singing: Sept/Oct, 2008.
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