We live in a mysterious world. Just as philosophy strives to unravel this mystery by employing logical thinking, the arts explore the wonder of existence with heart, feeling, and beauty.
Wisdom for Singers and Philosophers invites us on an aphoristic journey of discovery and insight through the world of singing, the arts generally, and philosophy. Each aphorism offers us a space and a time for reflection, where its meaning can be revealed to us in ever more personal ways. By opening yourself to recording your own thoughts, observations, intuitions, and even objections to these compelling aphorisms, you too can be opened to new levels of understanding of singing, the arts, and philosophy.
Allow Wisdom for Singers and Philosophers to be your personal guide to artistic and philosophical living. It will provide to those devoted seekers of beauty and truth a path for honest intellectual, emotional, and spiritual reflection.
About the Author
Gary Catona is known as the "voice builder to the world," and he has taught many of today's greatest singers and entertainers. Born in Philadelphia, Mr. Catona earned a master's degree in philosophy from Pennsylvania State University while he pursued his other passion: singing. Dissatisfied with typical voice teaching strategies, he ultimately created a groundbreaking voice building system, for which he is internationally recognized. Mr. Catona has been featured on popular TV shows and has appeared in many prominent magazines and newspapers worldwide. Wisdom for Singers and Philosophers is Mr. Catona's third book.