The Fink Sisters have been sisters for . . . well . . . their whole lives and have been performing together consistently since 2017. Growing up in the same household, Corinne and Alaine both studied piano with Dr. Dennis Sweigart at Lebanon Valley College. They were each accepted separately into the Pennsylvania Governor's School for the Arts (PGSA) as pianists, beginning a 30 year affiliation with the organization. Corinne and Alaine each returned as counselors and worked as Staff as part of PGSA. Alaine was Staff Accompanist for the Music Department for over 10 years and Corinne taught Theory and was the Ballet Accompanist for the Dance Department. A highlight of their duo career was recently performing for and meeting Governor Dick Thornburgh at one of their concerts in the Spring of 2019.
The Fink Sisters were invited to participate in the PSO's Monster Piano Recital at Fort Pitt Piano in 2018. Besides performing as a duo, they participated in a variety of multiple piano/multiple hands piano works and were both performers in the commissioned 10 piano piece for the event. The pair have also performed Orff's Carmina Burana with multiple regional orchestras.
As duo artists, The Fink Sisters have performed recitals at local churches and participated in a variety of Sunday morning services and Community services. They have also given recitals at retirement communities in the Greater Pittsburgh area. One of the highlights of each of these concerts is the piano/organ duet commissioned and written for them by Scott Pappal.