About Mirthe


Mirthe, c’est de la musique folk rock à la française ! Chanteuse, elle s’accompagne elle-même à la guitare, au piano et à la harpe celtique. Elle propose des concerts et elle vient de sortir son premier album “Éclosion” en collaboration avec Rémy Verneuil.



Mirthe is first and foremost a singer, but it comes natural to her to accompany herself on one of her string instruments: the guitar, the piano, the celtic harp. On stage she goes from one instrument to the other, thereby offering a varied and unique show to her audience.

Through her repertoire of songs written and composed in collaboration with Rémy Verneuil (see below), Mirthe sings her passions, her loves and her convictions.

Expression is key for Mirthe. She likes to tell stories through music - paint a picture with the lyrics, evoke emotions with the sounds, take the listener on a journey... But most of all she looks for meaning in every song, a certain vibration that moves something - in herself and in others.

In 2020, Mirthe and Rémy have written and composed the six tracks of their first album “Éclosion”. Other songs are awaiting a following album.

Furthermore, Mirthe and Rémy collaborated on two series of songs translated into French; songs by Bob Dylan and old American, Irish and British songs. The translations and adaptations of the lyrics are by Rémy’s hand, while Mirthe has arranged the songs. Their second album was released in December 2021. “Astres et Stries” consists of eleven american songs translated into French.

Collaboration avec Rémy Verneuil

Rémy Verneuil is a poet, author, photographer and painter. Almost all photographs on this website of Mirthe are his work, as are all the posters for her concerts (see here). Please visit his website to get a glimpse of the wide range of his art.