Emilia Rapti was born in Athens and studied advanced theory and piano at the National Conservatory. She received her diploma in monody from the Nakas Conservatory where she teaches monody and modern song. She has collaborated with the composer Notis Mavroudis in concerts throughout Greece and has participated in concerts organized by the municipalities of Ermoupolis, Naxos and Volos. She was the soloist of the OTE choir in the concerts that gave in Sofia, Bulgaria.
She often presents her work on theatrical stages and piano bars with a rich Greek and international repertoire. She has acted as an actress and singer in the theatrical performances, “Clytemnestra, if a crime” by Margaret Jursenar and “Sterling Maid” by Broch [at the Mavromichalis studio theater, both directed by Maro Triantafyllou].