Sherryl Sewepagaham

Sherryl Sewepagaham is Cree-Dene from northern Alberta and is an experienced Elementary Music Teacher. She earned a Level III Orff certification in 2007 and has been integrating Orff methodology into her classroom teaching. She has been a director of two Aboriginal children’s choirs in Edmonton. Sherryl is also a member of the highly successful Aboriginal trio, Asani, who received a 2006 Juno-nomination and she has recently released her debut solo album, Splashing the Water Loud-ly, which received a 2015 Indigenous Music Awards nomination for Best Indigenous Language or Francophone CD. She is a composer of children’s drum songs and composed the theme song and Indigenous arts program, All My Relations: Celebrat-ing Canada’s Indigenous Peoples – Teacher Guide for the National Arts Centre’s Music Alive Program.