In Conversation With Stacey Kent, Part III

“We’ve also started working with a Portuguese poet—António Ladeira—because Jim and I have been studying Portuguese these last three years. He was our first-year grammar teacher, and he’s a great poet. After writing with Ishiguro, this became a real interest with us. We’ll work with anyone with whom we have chemistry; we just happen to be really attracted to writers as opposed to songwriters.” (Read the whole article.)   Continue reading In Conversation With Stacey Kent, Part III

In Conversation With Stacey Kent

Stacey began her musical career after completing a Masters degree in comparative literature. Now, after six bestselling albums last year (with many songs co-written by friend and acclaimed novelist Kazuo Ishiguro) she just released Raconte-moi and will soon release an album based on Brazilian music. Recently she took the time to talk with Wanda Waterman St. Louis about her early—and ongoing—search for musical treasures. Continue reading In Conversation With Stacey Kent