Sherry Ladig is a musician and composer in Minnesota’s Twin Cities of Saint Paul and Minneapolis. A frequent performer of many styles of folk music including Traditional Irish (Dunquin), Scottish dance and concert performance (Dalwhinnie), mid-to-late 19th century American (The New Pearl Buttons), and Elite Rabble (music from the Georgian and Regency periods, including English Country Dance music and British naval music). Sherry performs Celtic and 19th-century historic music regularly in the Twin Cities. Dunquin, Dalwhinnie, and all Sherry’s bands are available for private or public events all around the Twin Cities metropolitan area. Contact Sherry to arrange a gig!
Also an active composer, Sherry is the composer-in-residence for the Minnesota Mandolin Orchestra and composes a wide range of works for all types of instrumental and choral ensembles.
March – June 2014
- Saturday, March 1, 2014
Trotter's Cafe and Bakery232 Cleveland Ave. NorthSaint Paul,MN 55104USA
DunQ in the Milk Foodshelf FundraiserTime: 6:00 pm
Join Don and Sherry (from Dunquin) and Rosa Wells (from Trout in the Milk) as we become--Ta-Da!- Dunq In The Milk for one night at Trotter's Cafe. We'll play Irish and Scottish tunes in the dinner hours of 6-8 p.m. ALL tips go to the Merriam Park Foodshelf, AND Trotter's staff matches your donations 100% ! Eat well and do good at the same time (Trotter's features great locally sourced food and from-scratch homecooking, yum!)
- Monday, March 17, 2014
St Olaf Catholic Church215 South 8th StreetMinneapolis,MN 55104USA
St Patrick's Day at St Olaf ChurchTime: 12:00 pm
OK, what is a Scando-saint doing celebrating his Irish cousin's day? Having lots of fun, that's what! Thistledown plays this downtown Minneapolis church's "hooley" starting around noon on St Pat's. Corned beef sandwiches, cornier songs, green lemonade, Irish tunes. Free, but a goodwill offering is always appreciated.Landmark Center75 West Fifth StreetSaint Paul,MN 55102USA
IMDA St Patrick's Day CelebrationTime: 3:30 pm
Join Dunquin and a cast of hundreds as we celebrate one of the region's biggest Irish events on March 17th! We will be playing the queiter side of Irish music in the Tearoom (Room 317). Take a break from the boisterous, and join us for a cup of tea and sweet tunes before rejoining the affray! There is a TON of music and dance; see link below.IMDA St Patrick's Day Celebration»