A New York Times headline appropriately characterized the Tengstrand-Sun Piano Duo as "Two pianos, four hands, but one heart." These married pianists, with successful solo careers already in place, made their debut as a duo in October 2003 playing Mozart's Two Piano Concerto with the Canton Symphony which led to their decision to enter the Murray Dranoff International Piano Competition in December. They received first prize and made their New York recital debut at Merkin Hall in January of 2004. Since then they have played with orchestras, in recital and at festivals throughout the US and Scandinavia. They have released a number of recordings on the Mindfeel label, the most recent of which features Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Suite and Arensky's Silhouettes.