Mireille Delunsch

Mireille Delunsch

born on 2/11/1962 in Elsass, France

Mireille Delunsch

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Mireille Delunsch (born 2 November 1962) is an opera soprano. She was born in Mulhouse, France, and studied musicology and voice at the Conservatoire de Strasbourg. Her debut was at the Opéra du Rhin in Mulhouse, in Mussorgsky's Boris Godunov.

Her repertory is wide, from Baroque opera to 20th-century art songs, with an emphasis on French music. She is well known for the operas she has sung under the direction of French conductor Marc Minkowski.


Among the operas Delunsch has recorded with Minkowski are:

  • La dame blanche by Boïeldieu (1996, released 1997, EMI Classics) - Jenny
  • Armide by Gluck (1996, released 1999, Archiv) - Armide
  • Dardanus by Rameau (1998, released 2000, Archiv) - Vénus
  • Iphigénie en Tauride by Gluck (1999, released 2001, Archiv) - Iphigénie
  • Orphée et Eurydice (French version) by Gluck (2002, released 2004, Archiv) - Eurydice

and DVD/TV broadcast

Other recordings include:

Delunsch has also appeared in a number of opera telecasts.


  • Naxos discography for Delunsch, accessed 21 January 2010
  • MusicWeb review of Pierre Bartholomée's La Lumière Antigone with Delunsch, accessed 21 January 2010

External links

  • Site officiel
  • Mireille Delunsch at the Internet Movie Database
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