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Gary Catona was first profiled in the New York Times in 1985 in connection to his work with Muhammad Ali, who suffered from a vocal disorder related to Parkinson's Syndrome. Since then, his unique method has been featured in nearly every major publication in the U.S. and many internationally. Most recently, he was the subject of intense media attention because of his work as Whitney Houston's voice building coach for the final seven years of her life. Catona startled the world when he reported to Anderson Cooper that he had brought Whitney's voice back from barely any tonal quality to 75% of her former voice.
A look at voice building coach Gary Catona, who has trained many of the world's top entertainers, including Whitney Houston, Usher, Seal, Shakira, and many more.
Stu Taylor….“I made the right choice!” Can you hear the difference in my voice? I’m living proof! Listen to Stu’s personal story about his experiences with voice building coach Gary Catona.
Stu Taylor, "I chose Gary Catona over the medical establishment and I’m on the road to 100% recovery! I’ve gotten some comments from friends that they have noticed a difference in my voice already!"
Stu Taylor Interviews the Voice Building Coach Gary Catona and refers to the Maestro as THE VOCAL GURU. Listen to learn how the Maestro has helped build some of the greatest voices and also help rehabilitate voices of people suffering from vocal disorders.
Noe Gold & Tino Anglade from Blues-E-News interview Gary Catona at his UVB International Launch.
Pauline Adamek from Arts Beat LA, shares her impressions about Gary Catona and his UVB International Launch. Find out what she has to say!
Danny Gordon from KOOL WXBX 95.3 FM interviews Gary Catona about his Ultimate Voice Builder system.
Doug Apple interviews Gary Catona about his Ultimate Voice Builder system, now available to everyone. "Build your voice for a more powerful life. Used by the world's greatest singers, actors, entertainers, and public speakers."
Find out how Connie Fisher, UK Broadway singer and actress, has regained control of her voice thanks to her work with professional voice building coach Gary Catona.
Enforcing an athletic approach to produce and restore some of your favorite voices of all time.
Sami Jarroush from the website Consequence of Sound interviews Gary Catona. Find out the vocal exercises used to keep artists' voices strong while on tour!
Jame Taylor from the website ICMP Online interviews Gary Catona who shares his wonderful journey to becoming a successful vocal coach to the stars.
Gary Catona leads a voice building exercise with his student, Aubrey Logan. They will then premiere the song, "My Voice Matters." For more details, see www.makemyvoicematter.org
Maestro Gary Catona’s interview with Dale Kawashima from Singer Universe website, explains which early success stories led to him building an extensive celebrity clientele.
The Maestro Gary Catona was interviewed by the Exberliner website.
Gary explains the difference between voice coaching and building with a bit of a lesson.
Beverly Hills City Hall couldn’t have been a more perfect setting for the inaugural launch of the “Giving Back For The Future” charity event, the brainchild of two musical masterminds, Gary Catona and Kenny Burrell.
Gary Catona stops by the Googleplex for a talk about his practice. His approaches to building voice challenges conventional wisdom and core assumptions about the field..
The Maestro Gary Catona goes to Céline Dion’s concert during his visit to Quebec, Canada and was interviewed by, “Le Soleil”, newspaper. (Article in French)
While giving a master class at The Grammy Museum, voice building coach Gary Catona demonstrates that the basis for proper singing is in throat support, not "breath support."
CNN Ander Cooper asks, Whitney Houston’s voice, why did it lose its power?
Gary Catona’s interview which aired on Tony Farinella YouTube Channel, talks about his work with Jack Klugman, Whitney Houston, his career, and a whole lot more.
Do you like the sound of your own voice? Hollywood “voice building coach” Gary Catona says, to 680 showbiz editor Gloria Martin, if you don’t like it… you can change it.
“She had one of the strongest vocal muscles I’ve ever worked with” –says Gary Catona during his interview with Voice Council Magazine.
A man, who brings back lost voices, spiffs or tunes up others. The Maestro Gary Catona is interviewed by the Los Angeles Times.