Miriam Meißner was born in 1992 in Speyer am Rhein (Germany). She received her first singing education at the age of twelve. At young age she succesfully participated in competitions such as „Jugend Musiziert“ and „Die Junge Stimme“. She gained professional experience by performing on different stages and making appearances on „SWR“ Radio and Television while still in school. In 2014 she graduated from the musical theatre program at German Musical Academy in Osnabrück (Germany).
At the same year she picked up her studies in The Netherlands, this time at Fontys Hogeschool voor de Kunsten in Tilburg, to follow the bachelor program for classical musical theatre.
Her second year subject „Theater Atelier“ led her to her love for making theatre and exploring the process of creating. While in her third year at Fontys Hogeschool, she got inspired by working together with other art students in context of the „Minor Interdisciplinary Projects“, where she also executed her first street performance concept „THE VOYEUR“. With this street intervention project, she did research on the question of the emancipated spectator and the interaction between voyeur and actor. Miriam is passionate about making creative and theatrical concepts and is dedicated to research on the relationship between the actor and the audience.
In december 2017 she worked as assistent director at the Operetta Gala „Wiener Melange“. In summer 2018 she will be working along side with director Jens Erwin Siemsson at the production of "Wilhelm*ina", followed by the the Opera production of Carl Maria von Weber`s „Der Freischütz“ at the Summer Opera Academy in Bad Orb.