Ricardo Marinello is a German-Italian opera singer. Marinello, the sond of a German and Italian, became known by winning the first season of The Super Talent. In the final he was able to win with 40% against his competitors. On 7 December 2007 he released his first album The Beginning, which made it in Germany at No. 22 and in Austria at No. 47 on the charts. Since 2008 he studied until 2014 classical singing at the prestigious Robert Schumann Musikhochschule in Dusseldorf with Prof. Konrad Jarnot.
In 2011 Ricardo Marinello recieved from the Richard Wagner Association a scholarship to Bayreuth. Stage experiences include the roles of Don Luigino / Zeferino in the opera "Il Viaggio A Reims" by G. Rossini, in Manuel de Falla's opera "La vida breve" as Paco, in "The Magic Flute" by WA Mozart as Monostatos, as well as in the baroque opera "Dido and Aeneas" in which he played the role of the sailor, all of which he played as part of the university in Dusseldorf. Ricardo committed to the Krefeld / Mönchengladbach Theatre Marinello in 2011 for the children's production, "The Mermaid Rusalka" as Prince. In addition to his dedicated work on the opera and concert stages, he is also the clergy muse. Ricardo Marinello has sung oratorios by Bach, Haydn, Beethoven, Gounod and even Dvorak. The greatest honor was in January 2014 under the direction of Simon Halsey and the Berlin Radio Choir who perform C major exhibition at the Berlin Philharmonic.