Although she has been a performer since childhood, Canadian musician Sister Dorothy’s career took off in the early 1990s. Since starting her own company she has released six CDs and over 30 videos. Through the Manitoba Arts Council Artists in the Schools Program, Sister Dorothy taught guitar in Domain, Crane River, and Cross Lake, helped write songs in Ojibwe, and made music videos at Sagkeeng First Nation. Sister Dorothy is always in demand and performs at festivals, art galleries, nightclubs, and in schools from Winnipeg to Jamaica. She teaches music to children and adults and is a member of the Winnipeg Musicians Union Local 190.
“Entertaining and electrifying”
– Winnipeg Downtown Biz.
“I know quality when I hear it”
– Ron Robinson, CBC Radio.
“Plenty of style, plenty of guts, and plenty of talent”
– John Kendle, Uptown Magazine.
Classically trained but raised on classic rock, Winnipeg musician Sister Dorothy delivers a high-energy crowd-pleasing show. Her performances feature her own roots/ pop songs on topics like love, swimming, and Judge Judy, and audiences may also catch her version of Robert Johnson’s “Walkin’ Blues” or a Duke Ellington classic. Sliding effortlessly between acoustic and electric guitars and flute, Sister Dorothy’s performance should not be missed!