Enikő Görög and Noémi Görög, a piano duo, actually sisters, gave an absolutely splendid concert at a very, very high standard. I do risk to say that they rank among the best piano duos currently active in the world. They like playing works for two pianos as well, although in this concert it was not possible as only one piano was available. It was a very demanding program and a fascinating quality of playing. It is indeed worth following and listening to them wherever their name appears: the Görög Sisters.János Mácsai, Bartók Radió Új Zenei Újság (New Music Journal) August 14th 2022.
“Either of these two marvellous artists, the Görög sisters, Noemi and Enikő, who both studied at the faculty where I teach, make their piano duo a whole in their own, specific way. Namely, the different characters of these two pianists from Subotica perfectly shape the sound of their performances.
Just like in their video spots for Bartók’s Mikrokosmos piano pieces, the reverberations of daily routines and profane circumstances entwine with the sounds of the divine music they perform, and their interpretation stems from and relies on their different personalities, which they build, each in her own way with a distinctive approach and artistic poetry by creating a powerful impression.
Hence, it seems that the quality of this ensemble has been built right on that difference, which designates and articulates the versatility of expressions. The Görög Sisters piano duo is featured by prolific creativity in approach, unobtrusive authoritativeness, exceptional intellectual invention and deep emotional performance.
I follow with pleasure all and any of the Görög sisters’ artistic journeys and it makes me happy that, with their art, they show the path, which should be taken by young artists more often and more assertively.”
Dejan Sinadinović, pianist
It gives me special pleasure to strongly and warmly recommend the piano duo of the Görög Sisters: Noémi and Enikő Görög.
I first heard the two very brilliant and profound pianists at the Poros Academy in Greece where they each won the professor’s top prizes.
My wife and I – The Kanazawa-Admony Piano Duo – consequently invited the sisters to the Tel Hai International Piano Master Classes in Israel. They were selected from amongst a great number of piano duos for a distinction scholarship.
During the 3-week course they excelled in memorable performances of Bartók 7 pieces from Mikrokosmos, all of Brahms’ waltzes op.39, La Valse by Ravel and other pieces.
They exhibit high pianism, a refined style, an exciting grasp of rhythm, perfect co-ordination and we believe they represent an thrilling and captivating piano duo of the highest quality and are destined for great success.
In fact, following the course, they went straight on to win the 2nd prize in the Johannes Brahms chamber music competition in Austria. This was undoubtedly one of many stations towards success that they will experience and enjoy in their musical journey.
Yuval Admony, pianist
Chairman of Israel Piano Teachers Association