Elena See

Host, Classical 24
Minnesota Public Radio
esee@mpr.org

Elena See started her radio career in Minnesota in 2001, working as part of the production team for Garrison Keillor's A Prairie Home Companion. She moved to Maine and started working as the classical music director for Maine Public Broadcasting in 2003. Eventually, she headed south to Washington, D.C., for several years to try out satellite radio with Sirius XM and landed back home in Minnesota in 2009. She's proud to be a part of such a fantastic public radio organization.

Elena See Feature Archive

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'Song of Hiawatha' poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow never saw the 53-foot waterfall mentioned in his poem, but Longfellow fan Antonin Dvořak did -- and was inspired to describe its beauty in music. (07/24/2014)
Joseph Peters
So, what's the best career advice you've ever received? Reach for the stars? Be courageous and daring? Don't try to do everything? Maybe, like oboist Joseph Peters, it wasn't advice you received so much as a warning. (04/07/2014)
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Daniel Tosky really enjoys being in South Florida with the New World Symphony. He's got some strong ideas about how to build an audience for classical music, and the New World Symphony is, he believes, the right place to develop some of those ideas. (03/07/2014)
Marin Alsop 'honored to be the first woman' to conduct Last Night of the Proms. (09/08/2013)
Danish recorder player Michala Petri has had a very long and very successful performance career. However, one moment is extra special -- a moment she had when she was about 33 years old. That's when she was invited to join the late, great Victor Borge on stage in concert. (05/22/2012)