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Born to the legendary singer, Tony Bennet, Antonia Bennet had a passion for music since a very young age. She began performing when she was only four years old. Performing for international audiences along with her father, Antonia gained valuable experience that later helped her when she embarked on her own professional music career.
Some of her early performances were alongside the biggest stars of that time, such as Don Rickles, Rosemary Clooney, Regis Philbin, and Count Basie. As she grew up she also got to perform with the likes of Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra and Gene Kelly. Antonia Bennet grew up to be one of the finest artists in the country and now she is coming to your city. Get your Antonia Bennett tickets and catch the star live on stage.
In the beginning of her professional career, she performed primarily along with her father. She can be heard in Tony Bennet's songs like I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm. She continued to perform at several venues ranging from stadiums to amphitheaters. Some of the notable places that she has performed at include The Greek Theater, the Hollywood Bowl, the Radio City Music Hall, the Caesars Palace and the Royal Albert Hall in London. Her extensive experience of performing live has helped her develop an effortless performance style over the years.
Antonio Bennet studied music at the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute and is also an alumnus of the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston. In 2010, she came out with her debut EP. This six-track record was titled "Natural" and primarily included the piano and Antonia's vocals, with the inclusion of drums only on the last track. The EP is included certain jazz standards, which might come as a surprise to the stars whose songs have been covered in this album. Mike Chapman's Love is a Battlefield and country musician's Hank Cochran and Harlan Howard's I Fall to Pieces are covered in this album and these original versions are nowhere near jazz music.
Her songs have a signature feel, which has little resemblance to her father's work. However like Tony Bennet, Antonia also has the profound emotional subtlety in her music. On her cover of Gershwin's song, Soon, Antonia takes a laid back approach and emotionally croons about the delightful promise of love. Another such single is, Puttin' On the Ritz. She slowly extracts emotions from every word of that song unlike the heavy original version. The Thrill is Gone and I Wish I Were in Love Again are some other examples of how she playfully adds all sorts of emotions into her music.
Antonia's music is not just influenced by her father. She grew up listening to the Beatles, Queen, James Brown and John Lennon. Her recent performance at the Scullers Jazz Club at the Doubletree Suites Hotel in Allston showed the impact of these influences on her music. The packed crowd warmed up to her immediately as she began with Johnny Mercer's Too Marvelous for Words. Her polished stage persona and gracious performance style, coupled with her soprano voice, kept her audience absorbed in her performance.
This is your chance to watch this performer live on stage as well. Get your Antonia Bennett tickets today and become part of a memorable concert.