Continuing to bring audiences the best in live performances, NPR Music will present a concert by singer and pianist Regina Spektor on Wednesday, May 31 at 10PM (ET) in the intimate New York City venue (Le) Poisson Rouge. The entire show will be available for live streaming at NPR.org/music and in the NPR Music mobile apps. A limited number of free tickets are also available for the event. RSVP now, first come, first serve: www.npr.org/blogs/allsongs/2012/05/17/152911546/want-to-see-regina-spektor-in-concert
Celebrating the release of a new album, Spektor will play favorites and songs from her sixth record, What We Saw from the Cheap Seats, especially for fans and NPR Music. Audiences worldwide can experience the event as it happens in the broadcast, hosted by World Cafe’s David Dye and Rita Houston, music director of WFUV New York. A version of the concert will be archived for later viewing at NPR Music; the live broadcast will also air on public radio stations WFUV New York and WXPN Philadelphia. Check local listings for more stations airing the show (npr.org/stations).
Fans planning to be in the New York City area on the date of the show have the opportunity to attend the event. Tickets can be reserved now on a first come, first serve basis at www.npr.org/blogs/allsongs/2012/05/17/152911546/want-to-see-regina-spektor-in-concert
On May 24, Spektor will also be interviewed on NPR’s afternoon newsmagazine All Things Considered. Listen for her interview on stations nationwide, and archived at NPR.org.
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