She started singing from the young age of four along with her grandmother and grandfather in a choir. She liked to spend most of her time with them listening to Maria Callas and drinking tea in their yard like an old lady. She was crying for days when she found out that she can no longer be a member of an adult choir and she had to sing in a children’s choir. However, she was having a wonderful time with the children of her age so she decided to start piano lessons at the conservatory. She was saying that she wanted to become a teacher and a singer when she grows up. To make her dream come true she moved to Thessaloniki in 2011 to study music at the School of Music Studies at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and to graduate in piano. She sings solo or in groups, a capella or accompanied, traditional and old songs, rebetiko songs, operettas and anything else that she enjoys singing. She likes theatre, romanticism, and sweets. Now that she finally grew up she wants to become a child that’s why she plays children’s puppetry and she hangs out with children singing and learning beside them.