MusicFest Canada (MusicFest) is committed to improving accessibility and is committed to excellence in providing services and support to all participants in the Festival and to members of the public. The MusicFest Accessibility Policy is guided by the principles of dignity, independence, integration and equal opportunity, and is in alignment with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005.
MusicFest’s reputation for excellence is built on the professionalism, dedication and positive attitude of all our staff. The MusicFest Staff Code of Conduct establishes principles by which all staff at MusicFest are expected to conduct themselves.
MusicFest is committed to providing an environment free of discrimination and harassment, where all individuals are treated with respect and dignity, can contribute fully and have equal opportunities. The MusicFest Anti-Harassment & Anti-Discrimination Policy establishes principles by which all staff at MusicFest are expected to conduct themselves.
At MusicFest Canada, we are committed to fighting injustice and support Black Lives Matter. For over 50 years. MusicFest Canada has brought students, professional artists, and audiences together, regardless of race, connecting with one another through their shared love of music. We will continue to cultivate a community of students and educators to foster lifelong learning in music and are taking the necessary steps to combat systemic racism through education and action internally.