Elaine Fine grew up in Boston and has lived in Charleston, Illinois, since 1985. She began musical life as a violinist, but received a Bachelor of Music Degree in flute performance from The Juilliard School of Music where she studied with the late Julius Baker.
After serving on the faculty of the Stadtmusikschule Schladming in Austria, she studied recorder with Hans Maria Kneihs at the Hochschule für Musik in Vienna, baroque flute in Boston with Christopher Kruger, and composition at Eastern Illinois University with Peter Hesterman.
She served as the classical music director for WEIU-FM for twelve years, has been the violist of the LeVeck String Quartet for ten years and is the principal violist of the Eastern Symphony Orchestra.
She is on the reviewing staff of the American Record Guide, and has written articles for The Maud Powell Signature, The Instrumentalist, and Classical Music: Third Ear--The Essential Listening Companion.
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