Experiencing an amazing career in music, Pierre Dubé began by joining the renown Canadian percussion ensemble "Répercussion," touring extensively worldwide, with Orchestras, Symphonies and Choirs. Dubé left the group to join Cirque du Soleil, in lead position as Drummer, Percussionist, and Japanese Taïko Master and was sent to the island of Sado in the Kodo village north of Japan to learn the art of Taïko under Senseï Katsuji Kondo. He returned to Montréal to teach the House Troupe of Cirque du Soleil prior to the opening of "Mystère" in Las Vegas, training hundreds of artists and composing the Finale Taïko act of Mystère, performing on drums & percussion during the show, and then the Taïko finale as soloist, 478 shows a year. In 1999, a Sony 3D Imax/Cirque du Soleil film "The Journey of Man" featured his taïko drummers with Dubé as the "High Priest of Creation." Dubé also spent 2 1\2 years as Marimba 1 player for the Disney Lion King Production at Hotel Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.