Eric Antoni studied piano, improvisation, and musicology at Conservatoire de Pantin, France, from 1971 to 1976 and with renowned teachers such as Martine Joste (piano, Pantin) and Max Deutsch (musical analysis, 1979–1982, Paris). He is professor at Institut Télécom ParisTech, France, where he teaches piano, improvisation, and the history of opera. His texts have been published in musical reviews such as Silences (Paris, 1985–1988), Il Suono gli onde (Rome, 1990 and 2013) by the Isabella Scelsi Foundation, and Le Banian (Paris, 2012–2018). Prof. Antoni’s musicological writings have been translated into English, Italian, and Spanish (see http://ericantoni.com). Some of his publications at Institut Télécom ParisTech are Les fondements de la musicosophie (1996), De l'utilité de la musicosophie (1998), and 1607–1945, Une Odyssée Lyrique (2011).