First of all find anything about Pekinels, twin sisters and classic pianists: history, audio, videos, their foundations, scholars, Orff Schulwerk and Tevitöl. Also Güher and Süher extensive repertoire is including all important pieces for piano-duos from the classic to modern age.
Among others there are especially works by composers like;
Bach, Mozart, Schubert, Mendelssohn, Liszt, Brahms, Saint-Säens, Bruch, Debussy, Rachmaninov, Ravel, Bartok, Stravinsky, Infante, Milhaud, Gershwin, Poulenc, Lutosławski and also Bernstein.
The Güher & Süher “Live in Concert” DVD, released by Arthaus Music in February 2010, features the 2007 New Year Concerts in Zurich and Lucerne, along with their other recent performances. Another critically acclaimed Arthaus Music release dated April 2011, the Bach Jazz DVD brought together their ECO concert under the baton of Sir Colin Davis and the duo and trio Bach-Jazz piano concertos with Jacques Loussier.
5 Recordings by Güher&Süher.
Celebrating the centurial first performance of Igor Stravinsky’s “The Rite of Spring”, Decca, DG and Philips released the work’s most important recordings between 1913 and today, in December 2012. Also, this CD-Box is also including DG recording in 1984. Finally, the 50CD-Box Set ‘’Legacy’’ with works of selected artists, released by Erarto/Teldec in November 2013, is including 5 recordings. More information for Pekinels, please read to Resume or read on Wikipedia.
For over 15 years, Güher & Süher Pekinel have been working on three significant projects they have launched themselves and which complement one another. Through their active support, all three projects have accomplished excellent results. It is of great concern for Güher & Süher Pekinel to pass their valuable experience on to younger generations. “Young Musicians on World Stages”, gives extraordinarily talented young musicians the possibility to pursue their studies at the most significant conservatories in Europe -mostly in Germany- with the best pedagogues, and provides them with instruments of the 17th – 19th centuries by the Maggini Foundation. As part of the project, organised concerts offer these musicians stage experience as soloists or as part of a chamber music ensemble.