Giedrė Barauskaitė better known by her stage mononym GiedRé or Giedré, is a Lithuanian-born singer-songwriter comedian based in France. Born in Lithuania, she moved with her mother to a Paris suburb after the death of her father when she was just seven. After her baccalauréat, she studied drama at Cours Florent and ENSATT and appeared in small roles in television, theatre, and advertisements. She composed a few songs and started performing them in a local bar in the early 2000s. Noticed by Raphaël Mezrahi during an audition, she opened for him at a show of his in La Cigale. She was invited a number of times to the Europe 1 show C'est quoi ce bordel? presented by Laurent Baffie. Using the stage name Moisie, she opened to Baffie shows for a month and a half, followed by opening for comedian Oldelaf.
|Birth name:||Giedrė Barauskaitė|
|Born:||October 23, 1985, Vilnius|
|Origin:||French singer of Lithuanian origin|
|Occupation(s):||Singer, songwriter, actress|
|Labels:||Le rat des villes|
|Website:||GiedRé's Official site|
|Twitter:||GiedRé's Twitter profile|
|Youtube:||GiedRé's Youtube channel|
Lithuanian-born singer, songwriter, and comedian who is known for her work often performed in French. She is best recognized for having released the hit singles "Chut" in 2014 and "Toutes des Putes" in 2014.
She moved to Paris when she was seven. She studied drama at Cours Florent and ENSATT before she started performing her own music in the early 2000's. She went on to release her debut album in 2011 entitled Mon Premier Disque.
She is known for having become a laureat of Fonds d'action et d'initiative rock in 2012.
She was born in Lithuania but moved to Paris at the age of seven with her mother after the death of her father.
Information related to GiedRé
- Lithuanian female singers
- Alumni of the Cours Florent