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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.
September – December 2015
- Sunday, September 13, 2015
Historic LeDuc estate1629 Vermillion StreetHastings,MNUSA
LeDuc Civil War WeekendTime: 11:00 am
The Historic LeDuc Estate presents its annual autumn festival of all things Civil War, MN style; lots of exhibits, food, music, demonstrations, tours and more. Modest admission of $5-8 (see website for categories). The New Pearl Buttons will play their mid 19th century repertoire Sunday afternoon in two 45 minute performances near the icehouse on the grounds (exact times not yet posted; watch this space).LeDuc Civil War Weekend»
- Saturday, September 19, 2015
Northwest Company Fur Post12551 Voyageur LanePine City,MN 55063USA
Northwest Co. Fur Post Annual Fall RendezvousTime: 11:00 am
Join Don and Sherry (of Elite Rabble) Saturday September 19th at the Northwest Co. Fur Post (outside of Pine City). The Fur Post is hosting their annual fall gathering of solidiers, traders, native peoples, voyageurs, and just about anyone in the neighborhood, circa 1805 ! Autumn was the time to get together to trade, make music and dance, celebrate and congregate. Lots of details are at MNHS website: got to Northwest Co Post/Events for all details. We are there Saturday afternoon ONLY with performances at 1 and 3 p.m. , but stick around for all the other fun stuff to do (including a dance by candlelight in the evening!) Family-friendly and great fun for all.