Regina Spektor, the famous anti-folk songstress, was born in 1980 into a Russian-Jewish musical family, a background that has immensely contributed to her today’s successes. While at seven years old, Regina would play her mother’s piano (Petrof Upright). Sadly, she had to leave it behind when she was nine since her family was forced to leave Moscow (their then home) in 1989, following the Jewish persecution. They emigrated to America and settled in the Bronx, New York. But Regina continued to perfect her skills in the basement of her home with an old piano. Today, she’s a renowned Russian-American classical

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