Marika Ninou was among the leading Greek vocalists through the early-’50s. Her 78 rpm recordings offered a tone of voice for the compositions of Vasilis Tsitsanis, Manolis Hiotis, Yannis Papaioanou, Yorgos Mitsakis, and Apostolas Kaldaras. A indigenous of Causasus, Ninou found Athens in 1948, carrying out an acrobatic work with her spouse and boy. Her vocal skills soon attracted interest, nevertheless, as she was asked to sing with Stellakis Perpiniadis in the Florida golf club in Alexandria. She adopted this stint with some shows with pianist and composer Vassilis Tsitsanis, who continued to be her accompanist for the rest of her profession. Performing her debut concerts in america, in 1955, with Kostas Kaplanis, Ninou begun to suffer from cancer tumor. She died the next year.