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Mark Moliterno


Adjunct Instructor of Music (Voice)

Certification, YogaLife Institute
M.M., Oberlin Conservatory of Music
B.M., Oberlin Conservatory of Music

Mark Moliterno is an Adjunct Instructor of Voice at The College of New Jersey where he teaches:

  • MUS 200: Intermediate Private Voice
  • MUS 300: Advanced Private Voice
  • MUS 400: Advanced Private Voice

Mark Moliterno is an accomplished professional opera singer, voice teacher, yoga teacher, IAYT-certified Yoga Therapist, workshop leader, and author. He is considered a thought-leader in the area of 21st Century vocal pedagogy, a master teacher of both singing and classical yoga, and a specialist in helping people understand and connect to their authentic voices.

Mr. Moliterno holds the BM and MM degrees in Voice and Opera from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music where his teacher and mentor was the famous vocal pedagogue, Richard Miller. 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 currently maintains his performing activity in the recital and concert repertoires.

Mark Moliterno is a Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT500) and an IAYT-certified Yoga Therapist (C-IAYT). He is the originator and founder of YogaVoice®, a unique pedagogical program which combines several traditions of Yoga philosophy and practice with Systematic Voice Technique to develop authenticity and wellness in the art of singing and personal communication. A sought-after clinician, he presents YogaVoice® workshops at professional conferences and gatherings internationally. Mark has published articles in YogaLiving Magazine and The Journal of Singing. He has contributed chapters to two texts (with James Jordan), The Musician’s Being and The Musician’s Breath, and is the author and featured instructor of The Musician’s Breath Yoga DVD.

Mark serves as a faculty member for a number of prestigious summer training programs, including Westminster Choir College’s Vocal Pedagogy Institute, the Taos Opera Institute, Songfest, the CoOPERAtive Program, and is co-founder of The Mindful Singer Retreat.

Mark Moliterno was the recipient of the prestigious 2019 Patrick D Kenan Award for Vocal Health and Wellness from the Duke Voice Care Center. He is a member of NATS, Yoga Alliance, and The International Association of Yoga Therapists and maintains private voice and yoga therapy studios in New Jersey, New York City, eastern Pennsylvania, and via remote instruction.