Singer Songwriter Regina Spektor Joins Steinway Artist Roster

The announcement coincides with the launch of Spektor’s new album, “What We Saw from the Cheap Seats”, released on May 29th.

“I am so excited to become a Steinway Artist — though I have played all my shows on Steinways for years — and loved the instruments and the people I’ve worked with — it is so nice to make it official!,” says Spektor.

Ron Losby, President, Steinway & Sons — Americas welcomed Spektor to this exclusive roster adding: “I could not be happier to welcome such a wonderful one-of- a- kind musician and artist to Steinway. Regina Spektor is someone we all admire and respect.”

About Regina Spektor
Born in Moscow, 32 year old Spektor emigrated with her family to the United States in 1989 and studied classical music with Sonia Vargas until her late teens. An accomplished pianist, she started writing songs at the age of 16 and was soon gaining a reputation with the scene in New York’s East Village. She uses the piano as her partner in telling stories through song, and for many years has preferred to play exclusively on Steinway pianos.

About Steinway & Sons
Since its founding in New York in 1853, Steinway & Sons has been considered the world's premier piano manufacturer. Known for their exceptional craftsmanship, Steinway & Sons pianos are built in one of two company-owned and operated factories: Astoria, New York and Hamburg, Germany. Steinway & Sons pianos are still constructed primarily by hand, using many of the techniques developed over 160 years ago. Today, Steinway & Sons also offers the Boston and Essex piano lines, Listen, a magazine for music and culture lovers, and the Steinway & Sons record label. For more information, visit www.steinway.com.

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