Born March 28, 1932, in Zagreb.
Classically trained singer. Started her career as an operetta mezzosoprano. After finishing additional singing studies in Belgrade, she received a scholarship offer from the Vienna Conservatory. However, she declined the offer in order to stay in Zagreb with her future first husband whom she married in 1954 (divorced in 1959).
This way her classical music career ended and she turned to pop music. She started in 1954 with adaptations of Croatian folk music, until Nikica Kalogjera persuaded her to record several pop music songs for Radio Zagreb. Soon she became a first league Yugoslav singer. She successfully appeared at the first Opatija Festival held in 1958, and continued to regularly participate at most of the Yugoslav music festivals in the 1950's and 1960's: Opatija, Split, Zagreb, Belgrade, Krapina and other.
In 1959 she moved to Belgrade with her second husband and started singing in Serbian, however after the move her career started to slow down gradually and by the end of 1960's she was practically out of the eye of the general public. After the death of her second husband in 1981, she moved back to Zagreb where she sang in the Zbor Hrvatske Radiotelevizije until her retirement.