A non-profit cultural association dedicated to the study of the effects of sound and music on the psyche.

It was established to investigate the meaning of Culture and Art, its role and effective service in the processes of individual growth.
The Academy is a proud promoter of classical music as well as concerts, courses of superior studies, seminars, conferences, exhibitions, publications, recordings and audiovisuals in order to provide in depth study, diffusion and teaching of the Science-Art of Euphony.

Through its action it makes an indispensable contribution to the 21st century, affected by the loss of high values and Harmony. Conscious of the precious contribution made by Music and the Arts* in creating balance and enabling true and profound education (ethics and aesthetics), the founders have, from a very early age, worked at the service of Culture.

*In this case, Music and the Arts are defined as realities that penetrate the spiritual and physical levels and as instruments of knowledge and transformation for an enriching human coexistence.



Co-Founder and Director

Daniel Levy is a world-renowned classical pianist. He created the educational method of Euphony in 1982. During a successful career he has coupled a busy schedule of musical activity with a leading role as a researcher and educator, delivering workshops, seminars and conferences, dedicated to the development of techniques derived from studies and experiences regarding the effect of sound and music (as a Science/Art) on the environment and the human psyche. 


Co-Founder and Vice-Director

Marga Baigorria created and developed the educational method of Eucromy in 1983. She has extensive experience in the study of Fine Arts and Philosophy, and decades of experience producing photographic and pictorial creations for exhibitions and publications. Her work is exhibited in a pedagogical context, related to the meaning, symbol and effects of Colour in the human being and to the relationship between Sound, Colour and Form. 


Co-Founder and artistic secretary

She has studied the Arts, Literature, Greek Mythology and Philosophy in Venice and London. Since her childhood (in Venice), she has received an ongoing Education in Euphony and is now integrally involved in Euphony’s contribution to the areas of human and intercultural relations.


Responsible for communication & project development 

Manuela Morandini has an extensive experience in communication and PR. Her passion for music and the arts led her to study Euphony and Eucromy for many years and has trained to be a professor of Euphony. She coordinates and develops cultural projects for the International Academy of Euphony.