Hungarian pianist Tünde-Ilona Krasznai studied piano performance and music therapy at UCLA as a Fulbright scholar. During her Masters  studies she has collaborated with the UCLA Departments of Neuroscience and Psychology, in addition to working in senior-citizen living facilities, schools, and institutions for the blind throughout greater Los Angeles.

Within neuroscience Tünde-Ilona focused on Alzheimer, dementia, Parkinson’s Disease, addictions including alcohol and drugs, bipolar disorder, and other neurological disorders.

Within psychology she worked with chronic depression, autism, sleep disorders, anxiety disorders, abuse, both sexual and child abuse. Ms. Krasznai Tünde participated in a special program for veterans and active soldiers, a collaboration between the U.S. military, the UCLA Medical School, and the Department of Art dealing with PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) and treatment for patients with severe injuries including brain trauma.