The blonde whirlwind was born in Hanover and seemed to want to conquer the world from then on. Already at the age of thirteen Maricel wrote her first song, was soon discovered by producers and got a record deal with her first single “Still waiting”. She couldn’t be distracted from her path, which led her to the Bremer Musicaltheater, where she took over the first line-up of the ‘Lucy’ in “JEKYLL & HYDE”. This was followed in the New Flora in Hamburg by the German premiere of “MOZART!” with Maricel as the first cast of ‘Constanze’ and the first cast of ‘Amneris’ in Disney and Elton John-Musical “AIDA” in the Colosseum in Essen.
“THE LITTLE HORRORLADEN” in Chemnitz Maricel had as ‘Audrey’, and then she floated as an enchanting ‘Christmas Angel’ in Charles Dickens “FROM THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS” through the Schillertheater in Berlin. In the Symphonic-Rock-Musical “DER RING” at the opera house in Bonn she let the golden ring of power fall into the wrong hands as a Rhine daughter ‘Tenderness’ , after that she plunged into France of the 18th century for 6 months and revived it in Bremen “MARIE ANTOINETTE” again.
For the specially composed successful tour productions of the children’s musicals “DER KLEINE ZAHLENTEUFEL” and Langenscheidts “DIE HEXE HUCKLA” -Maricel changed to the director’s chair. New challenges in Baden near Vienna and Regensburg as ‘Maria’ in the “WEST SIDE STORY” and in numerous other leading roles followed.
The diversity of the artist is shown in her productions: “Scary Musical Night“and “KonzART”, in which she also presents her own paintings and deliberately leaves the 08/15 path. At the beginning of 2016 there was the premiere of the “Unforgettable” show concert, in which Maricel and her colleagues presented hits and evergreens from many areas of music in their own version.
Humorous and quick-witted, she leads through the programme and interacts with the audience in a very special way. In a broad spectrum from rock/pop to gospel and soul to soulful ballads and classical arias, Maricel’s voice gives you goose bumps.