Lizeta Kalimeri, sister of Μελίνα Κανά, was born and raised in Thessaloniki, Greece. Since she was a little girl she has been playing the guitar and singing. It wasn't much later when she started performing her favourite songs in the local musical scene. Armed with an expressive voice this exceptional singer has the gift of transforming lyrics into vivid musical images touching directly one's soul. During the years she has collaborated and performed with many of the prominent figures of greek music such as Nikos Kypourgos, Stavros Kougioumtzis, Manolis Rasoulis, Haris Alexiou, Eleni Vitali, Christos Tsiamoulis, Loudovikos ton Anogion, Thanasis Papakonstantinou, Socratis Malamas, Orfeas Peridis, Nikos Xidakis, Maria Farantouri, Manolis Lidakis, Alkinoos Ioannidis, Vasso Allayianni, Manolis Mitsias, Melina Kana, Savina Yiannatou, Hronis Aidonidis and others. Her debut album "Pnoi tou anemou" (Wind blow) with songs by composer Yorgos Kazantzis was published in 1994. Followed by a project that dives deep into greek oriental musical tradition along with rembetiko singer Maryo. Her second personal album "Zoi lathrea" (Clandestine life) was released in 1997 with music composed by Mihalis Haniotis and the orchestration of Kostas Theodorou. Two of the songs become listeners' favourites: "Dyosmos kai kanela" (Spearmint and cinnamon) –with lyrics of her own– and "Paravates" (Transgressors). In 2000 a collection of her previous released works is published, "O anthos tou tragoudiou" (Song blossom) including some of her best songs (from personal albums and collaborations), as well as a new one by Christos Tsiamoulis entitled "O anthos tis limnis" (Lake blossom). .In 2004 comes her next album "Afilahti skopia" (Lonely land) composed by Christos Tsiamoulis featuring singer Manolis Lidakis and a great number of fine instrumentalists from Greece and Turkey. Also four of the songs contain lyrics written by Lizeta Kalimeri. The following year she releases an album entitled "Panda iparhi kati" (There is always something) with music by Mihalis Haniotis and lyrics written by the composer, the interpreter and others. "Nihta me asteria" (Starry Night), is her next collaboration that was published in 2006 with music and lyrics composed by Antonis Apergis, where she shares the album's songs with Kostas Pavlidis. During 2008 she collaborated with renowned greek composer Nikos Mamangakis in the album "Efnidiasmos" (Surprise) where the lyrics are taken from various lyricists as well as poets. In 2009 a collection with songs of past recordings is released entitled "Dexia ki aristera" (Right and left).