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Antonio Pontarelli (born on April 1, 1991) is a Southern Californian rock musician, singer, songwriter, and electric violinist who has won numerous national and international awards, including the title of Grand Champion of America's Most Talented Kid competition on PAX TV. In April 2006 he received the most votes in the teen category for the "Peoples Voice Award" of the prestigious International Songwriting Competition with over 15,000 entries and the IEMA Music awards for "Best Rook Band". In 2007 Pontarelli won for "Best Performance" in the Unisong International Songwriting Competition, was named "Best Instrumentalist" and "Best Artist" at the "Southern California Music Awards" and the "Inland Empire Music Awards”. In April 2008, he was the winner of the People's Voice Award of the International Songwriting Competition and his Hurricane Katrina-inspired epic song "Things Fall Apart" was named the "Best Song of the Month" by Songwriter Universe. Pontarelli's musicality and ability to use Classical and Baroque roots in a current way is paving the way for a fresh new style of alternative rock. Classically trained, Pontarelli started composing for national television at 11 and has made 8 national television appearances. He is the winner of seven violin and concerto competitions, and he was the concertmaster of the San Diego Youth Symphony from 2003 to 2005. Pontarelli has played for Grammy (NARAS) events, national television, music festivals, rock concerts, and has made special appearances with some of the most talented Grammy award-winning musicians in the nation. He has shared the stage with Jethro Tull, Billy Preston, the San Diego Symphony and Ray Charles, among others. In February 2006, his violin playing and an interview aired on major national television stations including "The Tonight Show", CNN, TV Guide and E! from the red carpet of the 48th Annual Grammy Awards. In fall 2006, Pontarelli performed classical and electric violin tracks for System of a Down lead singer Serj Tankian's debut solo album, Elect the Dead, released in October 2007 and peaked at number 4 on the Billboard charts. His band has been playing internationally including the Jakarta International Java Jazz Festival. In June 2010 Pontarelli debuted as a soloist with the World Civic Orchestra at Carnegie Hall in New York. External links Official website Antonio Pontarelli at Myspace v • d • e Serj Tankian Serj Tankian Mario Pagliarulo · Erwin Khachikian · Troy Zeigler · Dan Monti · Jeff Mallow · Larry "Ler" LaLonde Notable Guests Brain · John Dolmayan · Diran Noubar · Ani Maldjian · Cameron Stone · Antonio Pontarelli · Fabrice Favre Studio albums Elect the Dead · Imperfect Harmonies Live albums Elect the Dead Symphony EPs Lie Lie Live Singles "The Unthinking Majority" · "Empty Walls" · "Lie Lie Lie" · "Sky Is Over" · "Honking Antelope" · "Fears" · "The Charade"  · "Borders Are"  · "Left of Center" Other Songs "We Are One" · "Waiting Hare" Related artists Buckethead & Friends · The F.C.C. · System of a Down Related articles Discography · Axis of Justice · Cool Gardens · Screamers · Serart · Serjical Strike Records · Reprise Records Persondata Name Pontarelli, Antonio Alternative names Short description Rock musician, singer, songwriter Date of birth April 1, 1991 Place of birth Date of death Place of death This article about a United States rock singer is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e This article on a violinist or fiddler is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e