Jonathan Antoine (born 13 January 1995) is a classically trained English tenor. He rose to fame after appearing on the sixth series of Britain's Got Talent in 2012 as one half of the classical duo Jonathan and Charlotte. He subsequently went solo, and his debut album Tenore was released in the UK on 13 October 2014, his follow-up Believe being released on 19 August 2016.
Antoine was born to John, a police inspector, and Tracy, a housewife in Hainault, Essex. At the age of 11, he enrolled at West Hatch High School in Chigwell and met singing coach Jenny Ewington and head of music Ginette Brown. He stated that “I started having lessons with Mrs Ewington, and just took to it. It was so nurturing. She was inspirational, and she became a fantastic friend”. Around the age of 13, after his voice broke, Ewington selected Bring Him Home from Les Misérables for him, which he performed at the 2010 Stratford and East London Music Festival, and was awarded "Young Musician of The Year". He also sang Ave Maria, which he performed at the Royal Festival Hall in London as part of the Rotary "Youth Makes Music" event in 2011.