Live Performances today at the ROM

Live Performances

Ashley MacIsaac 11:00 am-11:30 pm
Canadian fiddling sensation, Ashley MacIsaac, has garnered international acclaim by playing the fiddle in traditional Cape Breton style, while adding his own spin mixing genres, and pushing the boundaries of traditional Celtic music to the delight of audiences of all ages. 

Wexford Gleeks  12:00-12:30 pm
Two-time National Show Choir Champions the Wexford Gleeks are one of Canada's premier music groups. Co-presented by The Toronto Fringe.

Zista Arts Society 1:00-1:30 pm
See the limitless creativity of our multicultural society with these feature performances:

·         Sitarist Chris Hale 

·          Ugandan-born bassist Ian DeSouza .

·         Canadian-born musicians Santosh Naidu and Gurtej Hunjan, also known as The GuruBros,  Canadian-born Kathak dancer Joanna DeSouza and the Chandham Dance Company 

·          Toronto Chinese Orchestra and Lion Dance 2:00-2:30 pm
Toronto Chinese Orchestra (TCO) is the longest running Chinese orchestra in Canada.

·         Feel the rhythm of the drums as the lion dance of Northern Legs Southern Fists  Co-presented by the Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto.

 Kouraba World Music Ensemble 3:00-3:30 pm
Under the artistic direction of world renowned master percussionist and composer Amara Kante,

Frst Fire Dance Crew and All Nations Junior Drummers, Lacey Hill 4:00-4:30 pm
Lacey Hill is a soulful musician, singer, and songwriter who composes her music in southern Ontario on the Six Nations of the Grand River reserve.. Co-presented by Arts Indigena


Special Visiting Artist, Saul Williams: Meet renowned Woodlands School painter and co-curator of the ROM original exhibition Anishinaabeg: Art & PowerSaul Williams as he works on a new piece of art. 11 am-12:30 pm & 1:30-3:00 pm

Birds of Canada: Meet your flying, feathered neighbours with Bird Studies Canada. 11:00 am-3:00 pm

Story Time: Join author Anita Miettunen as she reads from her new book, Big Blue Forever: The Story of Canada's Largest Blue Whale Skeleton

Summer Club 75 Open House:  Head over to the ROMKids Studios to re-live your days as a camper with your favourite camp counsellors and instructors.