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Review: Regina Spektor

Photo by Susan Pfannmuller/Special to The Star The evening ended much like it began: with Regina Spektor on stage, issuing an austere rendition one of her many imaginative songs about love and all its splendor and consequences. On Wednesday night, between those songs, joined by a three-piece band (cello, keyboards, drums), she kept a crowd of more than 2,500 inside the Music Hall in her charming thrall, exhibiting her esteemed talents as a composer, lyricist, musician and singer, though her voice at times can be the least interesting of her gifts. Spektor, 32, is a classically trained pianist who began...