Dahlin, Inger Aslaug Berg 86, of Minneapolis, died on December 4, 2021, at Jones/Harrison Senior Living. She was born on June 27, 1935 to Martin and Agnes Berg and was raised in Montevideo, MN, graduating from Montevideo High School in 1953. She earned her BA degree in violin performance at the University of Minnesota, studying with Rafael Druian. While pursuing graduate studies at the U of M, she met her beloved future husband, Dr. Donald Dahlin. They were married at Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Montevideo on October 12, 1957 and eventually made their home of many years in Brooklyn Park. Her passions were her family and music. She performed with the Lyra Baroque Orchestra on her Baroque violin and Minnesota Sinfonia, the St. Paul Civic Symphony, the Minneapolis Chamber Symphony, the Mankato Symphony Orchestra and the North Hennepin College Orchestra on her modern violin. She also played the Norwegian Hardanger fela, having studied with Master Norwegian teacher Torliev Balstad. During her career she was a member of Musica Primavera and later of Musikk fra Norden, performing for countless weddings, funerals, church services and other gatherings. She maintained a teaching studio in her home in Brooklyn Park. Inger and husband Don enjoyed performing violin and piano repertoire, traveling the world, collecting art pieces and supporting and attending concerts presented by our local music organizations. Inger is preceded in death by her parents; husband Don; son Eric; brothers-in-law; Dr. Robert Dahlin and Richard Foley. She is survived by son, Dr. Kai Dahlin, DVM; grandsons, Martin and Elias Dahlin and their mother, Brunilda Myftaraj; sister, Solveig (Snoo) Foley; sister-in-law; Priscilla Dahlin Alberg; nieces and nephews and family members in Norway. Interment will be with her husband at Fort Snelling National Cemetery. A celebration of the lives of both Inger and Don will take place at the Washburn-McReavy Edina Chapel on January 29, 2022, at 1:00, visitation at 12:00 with lunch to follow the service. Masks are required. Any monetary memorials will be given to a memorial scholarship in Don and Inger's name. The Service will be live-streamed. Please go to Washburn-McReavy website and click on Inger Dahlin obituary and then photo/video to view the livestream. Washburn-McReavy.com Edina Chapel 952-920-3996