Born in Alsace, Mireille Delunsch made her debut as a lyrical soprano at the Rhine Opera. She performs in a wide repertoire ranging from Monteverdi to Varese: Mozart’s major roles include Verdian opera, French opera (Gluck, Bizet, Debussy, Lalo, Ropartz), German (Weber, Wagner), Russian (Tchaikowski), English (Haendel, Britten). Since 1998, she has been a regular guest at the Aix-en-Provence Festival, directed by Klaus Michael Grüber, Peter Brook, Luc Bondy, Olivier Py.
She has just made her directorial debut with La mort de Cléopâtre and La Voix humaine at the Opéra de Bordeaux. She has an extensive repertoire also in the genres of French melody (recordings of the complete melodies of Louis Vierne and Duparc) and lied. He has been heard frequently in works by Clara and Robert Schumann, Wagner, Mahler, but also Korngold, Rachmaninov and Bernstein. She is committed to preserving the French melody repertoire but also to constantly discovering unknown or forgotten works.