Based in Southern New Hampshire, Erin Dubois is a freelance flutist, teacher, and collaborative artist specializing in new music dedicated to promoting new music through performance and educational programs. She has appeared throughout New England as a soloist, teacher, and clinician, as well as a member of various ensembles.
Erin is currently the principal flutist with the Nashua Chamber Orchestra and plays second/third flute with the New Hampshire Philharmonic. In the past, Erin has performed in many different settings including performances with The Tim Janis Ensemble, Duo Dubois (a flute and percussion duo with her husband Kyle Dubois), various orchestras and chamber ensembles including First Flute in the Refugee Orchestra Project and the Precious Metals Flute Ensemble, and she has performed extensively throughout New England on Contemporary Music tours with pianist Andrew D'Antonio. She is currently on the substitute list for Boston Modern Orchestra Project, Symphony NH, Belmont Festival Orchestra, and the Lowell Philharmonic.
Erin holds an MM in Flute Performance from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst studying under Christopher Krueger and a BM in Flute Performance from the University of Southern Maine studying under Jean Rosenblum. Additionally, she has attended masterclasses at Le Domaine Forget, the Julius Baker Masterclass and the ARIA International Summer Music Academy performing in masterclasses with Alexa Still, Marya Martin, Susan Hoeppner, Mathieu Dufour, Conor Nelson, and Robert Dick.
Erin has a passion for teaching. She is a flute teacher and a Take Three Instructor at the Concord Community Music School, a flute teacher and beginner piano teacher at the Manchester Community Music School, and the flute teacher for Lowell Learns in Lowell, MA. She currently teaches private flute lessons at her home in Nashua, NH. Erin also directs the Litchfield High School Flute Choir. If you are interested in lessons, please contact me.