Paul Dube and Erin Dube teach as a team. Paul plays bluegrass, folk, blues, Irish, Cajun, and old-time music on guitar, accordion, mandolin, and harmonica. He has played in numerous performing bands and has led slow jam workshops at the Joe Val and Podunk festivals and since 2003 the jamming program at the Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival.
Erin grew up going to bluegrass jams with her father and over the years learned to play guitar, mandolin, fiddle, and upright bass. Now an English Professor, she combines her love for teaching with her love for music in the Wernick Method.
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“Paul is very talented and very personable. He takes time to go over things and makes sure everybody understands before he moves on.”
“Erin was magnificent. She so cut to the chase and made it all make sense.”
“Atmosphere of the class is EXCELLENT!!! Very relaxed. One of the most enjoyable classes I’ve ever had.”
“Erin was an amazing teacher. Had she taught me in middle school I would have had less anxiety and would not have quit.”
“Paul is a very encouraging, caring instructor who challenges us without overwhelming us. I feel safe to try things with this group.”
“Your patience and speed of playing was a welcome change compared to other workshops. This was one workshop that I was able to actually learn something useful and put it into practice immediately.”
“An excellent class taught professionally by both Paul and Erin. Truly a thumbs-up experience.”
“Your kindness and generosity dovetailed beautifully with the Grey Fox spirit.”