How much is Stacey Kent worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Stacey Kent? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Stacey Kent's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Stacey Kent (No. South Orange, New Jersey, March 27, 1968) is an Anglo-American jazz singer, nominated for a Grammy. \n \n\nStacey_Kent's Biography \n Kent was enrolled at Newark Academy in Livingston, New Jersey, graduated from Sarah Lawrence College in New York, and moved to England after graduation. While studying at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, he met tenor saxophonist Tom Tomlinson, whom he married on August 9, 1991. \n At the beginning of the nineties, he began his professional career singing regularly at the London caf\u00e9 Boheme del Soho. \n On March 31, 2009, he received the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres from French Minister of Culture Christine Albanel, a decoration from the French government, in recognition of his contribution to the arts. \n Some outstanding albums of his career are: Breakfast on the Morning Tram (Blue Note \/ EMI 2007), which was nominated for the Grammy, Raconte-Moi (EMI \/ Blue Note 2010), his first live album, recorded in Paris and totally in French, Dreamer in Concert (EMI \/ Blue Note 2011). \n His album The Changing Lights (Warner 2013), is a collection of songs inspired by Brazilian music and Roberto Menescal collaborated on it. Stacey Kent and Roberto Menescal have been reciprocally admiring each other for a long time: the American vocalist and the veteran guitarist, one of the pioneers of bossa nova, met personally in 2011 during a concert held in Rio de Janeiro, thanks to the singer and composer Marcos Valle. That encounter gave rise to the first collaboration between both, in Changing lights (2013), Kent's album that included the classic Menescal O barquinho and the song A tarde, both with the participation of the guitarist. \n In 2014, Kent was invited by the Brazilian composer, Marcos Valle, to record and tour in celebration of Marcos' 50-year career. Together they recorded a live album in Rio, called Ao Vivo, and a live DVD at the Birdland club, in New York and at the Blue Note in Tokyo. \n The Tenderly album, published in November 2015, brings together an intimate collection of standars. This album, performed again with the composer and guitarist Roberto Menescal, resembles The Boy Next Door, the album he published in 2003 and which marked his consecration. Since then, Kent has expanded her repertoire including songs written especially for her by the novelist Kazuo Ishiguro and Jim Tomlinson. \n In 2017, Kent recorded his next album for Sony, I Know I Dream: The Orchestral Sessions, his first album with a large orchestra, comprising 58 musicians, arrangements by Tommy Laurence, and containing music from the Great American Songbook , French songs, songs by Edu Lobo and Antonio Carlos Jobim from Brazil, and original songs by Jim Tomlinson with Ishiguro, Ladeira and also with his most recent songwriting partner, Cliff Goldmacher, from Nashville. Tomlinson \/ Goldmacher provide the album title song. \n Kent also appeared in the 1995 film version of Richard III, singing a jazz version of Christopher Marlowe's poem, The Passionate Shepherd to His Love. \n Jean-Claude Ellena, the French perfumer, who has been Herm\u00e8s' exclusive perfumer since 2004, cites Stacey Kent as one of his inspirations. In an excerpt from the book, The Seduction, by Elaine Sciolino, it says: "It is said that Ellena is the most eloquent perfumer in the world, capable of translating the aromas she creates into poetry ... It is this talent that distinguishes and professes Inspired by literary figures such as Beaudelaire, composers like Debussy, painters like Cezanne and jazz singers like Stacey Kent, he turns his impressions on creations that trigger memories and fantasies. "\n For Nobel Laureate Kazuo Ishiguro, "Stacey's voice does not allow us to forget that the themes are about people. Its protagonists acquire such a life with their own voice, that sometimes we must remind ourselves that the CD has no images. In fact, she has a lot in common with some of the actors on the big screen, as she manages to portray the complex shades and shades of a personality, her motives and feelings, through her face and her posture. " Or, as the critic Stephen Holden wrote in The New York Times, "Mrs. Kent embodies the essence of saudade as persuasively as any Brazilian idol. When she tilts her head back and sings softly, you have the feeling that she is a woman who lives in the moment and dreams loudly and loudly. "\n\n\n\nMore Facts about Stacey Kent\n\nThe Stacey Kent's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.