Regina Spektor was born in Moscow, Soviet Union (now Russia). She is a singer-songwriter and pianist. She moved with her family to the Bronx, New York at age nine and is associated with the anti-folk musical genre.

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Allmusic - Regina Spektor
Biography, discography, and charts and awards.
Last.fm - Regina Spektor
Social music platform includes listeners, tags, pics, biography, charts, and similar artists.
NPR Live Concert Series - Regina Spektor in Concert
Concert in Washington D.C. from the "Begin to Hope" tour. [Real Audio or Windows Media]
Regina Spektor's Got New "Hope"
Rolling Stone article previews "Begin to Hope." (March 15, 2006)
Regina Spektor.net
An unofficial fan site dedicated to the music of Regina Spektor. Includes lyrics and news.
Respekt Her - Regina Spektor will blow your English professor's mind
Brown University's College Hill Independent interviews Spektor. (March 10, 2005)
Spektor, Regina
Official site for the New York singer and pianist. News, photo gallery, tour dates, audio and video clips.
Wikipedia - Regina Spektor
Hyperlinked encyclopedia articles covers early life, beginnings as a songwriter, style, performances, media coverage and discography.
Regina Spektor's Boundless Talent
CBS news interview discussing background and musicality. (January 18, 2007)
The girl who told stories
Theage.com.au interview discussing Spektor's life and songs. (December 08, 2006)
Spectral Musings
Tucson Weekly artist profile reflects on lines from Spektor's songs. (November 02, 2006)
Spektor Brings Her Bronx Tale Home
New York Sun profile includes career highlights. (September 26, 2006)
Singer explores love, loss
Wisconsin University's Badger Herald reviews "Begin to Hope". (September 04, 2006)
Stories in Song: Regina Spektor's 'Begin to Hope'
National Public Radio's All Things Considered interview of Spektor. (Audio) (June 28, 2006)
Spektor’s True Creativity Shines Through
Badger Herald review focusing on "Soviet Kitsch". (March 10, 2005)
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