Regina Spektor Makes A Broadway Bow
As part of the brand new In Residence On Broadway concert series, Grammy nominated indie-pop songstress and New York native Regina Spektor will take to the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre stage for five special performances this Summer. It's not the first time the celebrated singer songwriter has had connections with Broadway, back in 2016 she performed and recorded the fatherly ballad 'Dear Theodosia' with Ben Folds for the Hamilton Mixtape.
Born and raised in Moscow until she left for the states at age nine, Spektor was inspired early on by her father's bootleg copies of western pop and rock music, as well as her kaleidoscopic immersion in American pop culture in her second home of the Bronx, New York. A classically trained pianist, she made her mark on the East Village's anti-folk music scene before breaking into the mainstream with her eclectic and highly emotive brand of intellectual pop with the re-release of her third album Soviet Kitsch. Don't miss brand new Broadway-themed arrangements and no doubt theatrical performances of seminal hits like 'Bleeding Heart', 'Us', 'Fidelity' and 'Laughing With'.