How rich is Regina Spektor?


How rich is Regina Spektor?

Regina Spektor Net Worth:
$12 Million

Birth date: February 18, 1980
Birth place: Moscow, Russia
Height:5 ft 2 in (1.575 m)
Profession: Singer, Record producer, Songwriter, Artist, Singer-songwriter, Musician, Pianist, Music artist
Education: Us, Samson, You've Got Time, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Gateshead Quays, Gateshead, United Kingdom, City Centre, Manchester, United Kingdom, Fair Lawn High School, Manhattan School of Music, Salanter Akiba Riverdale Academy, Frisch School, State University of New York at Purchase
Nationality: United States of America
Spouse: Jack Dishel (m. 2011)
Parents: Ilya Spektor, Bella Spektor
Nominations: MTV Video Music Award for Best Art Direction, Grammy Award for Best Song Written for Visual Media, Us, Samson, You've Got Time, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Gateshead Quays, Gateshead, United Kingdom, City Centre, Manchester, United Kingdom

Regina Spektor Net Worth:

Regina Spektor Net Worth $12 Million

Regina Spektor is a Russian-born American singer-songwriter and pianist, she’s got a net worth of $12 million. Regina Spektor has brought in her net worth from her early performances in the antifolk scene in downtown New York City, she frequently performed included in a duo with drummer Anders Griffen, & most importantly at the East Village’s Sidewalk Cafe, and other hot spots including: the living-room, Tonic, Fez, the Knitting Factory, and CB’s Gallery. She also performed at local colleges including Sarah Lawrence College along with other musicians, such as the Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players. During this time Regina sold self-published CDs at her performances. Spektor was born in Moscow, USSR on February 18, 1980, to a musical family of Russian Jewish descent. Ilya Spektor, her dad is a photographer and amateur violinist, and Bella Spektor, her mom was a music professor in a Russian college of music and now educates elementary school in a Mount Vernon, New York, public school. Regina has one brother Barry who is nicknamed Bear; during the time of Perestroika she and her family left Russia. Eventually the family moved to The Bronx, after being admitted to the USA as refugees, with help from HIAS (the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society). The family studied classical piano in New York using a professor in the Manhattan School of Music, Sonia Vargas, until she was 17.

Spektor was initially interested only in classical music nevertheless; she later became interested in hip hop, rock and punk. After she was exposed to songs composed by Joni Mitchell and Ani DiFranco, she became assured that she too could write songs. In the young age of 16 she composed her first a cappella songs and her first songs for voice and piano when she was nearly 18. Regina Spektor is a Russian vocalist, pianist and songwriter. Regina Spektor estimated net worth is $12 million. They both fostered their abilities on Regina, mostly through the piano lessons her mom instructed her on an old Petrof piano. From the time she was 7, she inherited the family’s piano and began attending a conservatory to help improve her abilities.

Regina Spektor family emigrated to America in 1989—due to anti Semitism—during the Perestroika, when the Russian citizens where permitted to leave the state. Interestingly enough, she later confessed not to have already been traumatized by the exile as was the norm amongst other refugees. During he adolescent years Interestingly experimented with several musical styles including pop and jazz. Interestingly was close friends and occasionally performed the opening performance for “The Strokes” and has been performing as an acclaimed solo artist ever since then. She is released several records during her career, like: “11:11, “Songs”, “What We Saw from the Affordable Sets”, and “Begin to Hope”.