Maiden Rock: Original Music by Sherry Ladig is shipping now!
The CD from my fall Kickstarter campaign will be out in time for St. Patrick’s Day! You can purchase it by mailing $15 + $3 shipping and handling to Sherry Ladig, 1793 Ashland Avenue, Saint Paul, MN 55104
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 2017
- Saturday, April 1, 2017
Landmark Center75 West Fifth StreetSaint Paul,MN 55102USA
A Scottish RambleTime: 12:30 pm
Join pipers, dancers, food and merchandise vendors, musicians and more as we present a dizzying array of All Things Scottish! Thistledown joins the Scottish dancers and Fligmagearie as we present our 75 minute variety show of songs, tunes, and dances on the Main Stage at Landmark Center. It'll be a bonny afternoon! Family friendly and fun for all. This is an official Twin Cities Tartan Week event.Lanesboro Art Gallery103 Parkway Avenue NorthLanesboro,MN 55949USA
Art Opening Small Treasures: The Art of a BotanistTime: 6:00 pm
Dunquin plays nature--inspired music to celebrate the opening of a new gallery show of paintings by Sara Lubinski. Sara's landscapes and small subjects are beautifully rendered and exquisite, and it's a delight to play for her show. Saturday night 6-8 p.m.; free admission; refreshments served. This one of our region's best art galleries, showcasing fine art by local artists.
- Saturday, April 8, 2017
Minnesota History Center345 West Kellogg BoulevardSaint Paul,MN 55102USA
World War I America new show at the MN History CenterTime: 12:00 pm
America entered World War I in 1917, but wholeheartedly threw herself into the effort, once committed. Listen to The New Pearl Buttons re-create the soundtrack of the war, from popular secular songs to stirring war anthems, and even a few anti-combat songs. We know you know the choruses, so sing along with us! There's lots of great and engaging stuff all over the History Center for history buffs of all ages, including kids' activities. Usual general admission applies. We'll play three 45 minute shows between 12-4 p.m., so there's lots of chances to hear us!
- Friday, April 21, 2017
Historic LeDuc House1629 Vermillion StreetHastings,MNUSA
Cocktail Tasting at the LeDuc HouseTime: 7:00 pm
Instead of the usual bourbon tastings, we're doing cocktails this month.Think all martinis are alike? Come to the LeDuc House and find out what the fizz (or dry) is all about! The Buttons are playing fun stuff like "Cocktails for Two" and other booze-infused tunes. You're always assured of history served up with a twist at The LeDuc House! Reservations necessary; space limited. Call 651-438-8480 to reserve your place at the bar.