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.
April – July 2015
- Saturday, April 18, 2015
Celtic Junction836 North Prior AvenueSaint Paul,MN 55104USA
Tartan Day Ceilidh with DalwhinnieTime: 5:00 pm
The Scottish Highland Fair and Games presents an all-evening ceilidh at the Celtic Junction, commencing with a social hour at 5 and going all night (see all the details below on their website). Dalwhinnie (Don, Rosa and Sherry) will provide music for the dancing, probably commencing around 7:30 or 8, but come for the whole night of entertainment! Lots of fun for the money (modest admission price).Tartan Day Ceilidh with Dalwhinnie»
- Sunday, April 26, 2015
Pilgrim House Fellowship Hall1212 West Highway 96Arden Hills,MN 55112USA
Final Days: The Conclusion of the Civil WarTime: 10:40 am
Join the Buttons as we present music and readings of the last days of the American Civil War, with emphasis on Minnesotans' experience in the war. It's part of Pilgrim House UU Fellowship's Sunday Series. The Civil War sesquicentennial observances are concluding throughout April, so this will be one of our final wrap-ups of the last four years of presentations. Service at 10:15 am, program starts at 10:40 and runs for 45 minutes. Free, but goodwill donations accepted.Final Days: The Conclusion of the Civil War»