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Carlos Marin 10 Personal Facts, Biography, Wiki
Born: October 13, 1968, Rüsselsheim, Germany
Died: December 19, 2021, Manchester, United Kingdom
Height: 1.78 m
Spouse: Innocence (m. 2006–2009)
Siblings: Rosemary Eberhart
Parents: Magdalena Menchero, Carlos Marín
Music group: Il Divo (2003 – 2021)
Marín married Geraldine Larrosa at Disneyland in California, in June 2006, after a 13-year relationship. After fewer than three years of marriage, they divorced in early 2009.
On 7 December 2021, Marín contracted COVID-19 and was hospitalized in Manchester, England. He was subsequently put into a medically induced coma, and died on 19 December, at the age of 53.
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Born in Rüsselsheim, on October 13, 1968, although raised in Mörfelden-Walldorf (Hesse, Germany) and later in Madrid from the age of 12, Carlos Marín is a Spanish lyric singer, producer and manager, with a very broad vocal register, which ranges from the low register of a baritone to the top register of a dramatic tenor.
At eight years of age, his incipient vocal prodigy made him arrive to release his first album in Germany produced by Pierre Kartner, better known by his pseudonym “Father Abraham”, a renowned Dutch composer and music producer known worldwide for his success “The Song of the Smurfs “.
The album, titled “The Little Caruso”, contained songs such as “O Sole Mio” or “Granada”, singing the latter before an audience of 700 people at the age of eight. At the age of ten he released his second album entitled “Mijn Lieve Mama” (My beloved mom) in Dutch.
This first musical experience led him to study piano and solfège and finish his singing career at the Superior Conservatory of Madrid. Later, he expanded his singing studies with the great maestro Alfredo Kraus, with Montserrat Caballé and Jaume Aragall.
After winning with 19 years the television contest “Gente Joven” in the spanish TV, he went through several television programs as a singer, and with 20 years, he was already a big star in Spain.
He made a name in the music and lyrical industry participating in various competitions as a singer: the “Jacinto Guerrero” where he won the first place, “Francisco Alonso” and “Julián Gayarre” in 1996, where he won second place as best male singer, among others.
Carlos Marín has participated in a large number of operas, zarzuelas and musical theater plays before becoming part of Il Divo.
Marín has been acclaimed as a primo baritone in several operas, including La Traviata, The Barber of Seville, La Bohème, Lucía de Lammermoor and Madama Butterfly.