TD Niagara Jazz Festival is pleased to announce a charitable partnership with MusiCounts, Canada’s music education charity associated with CARAS/The JUNO Awards, which will extend the impact of the festival and support the next generation of musicians. MusiCounts makes music education accessible, sustainable, and inclusive for kids across Canada by providing instruments, equipment, and resources.
TD Niagara Jazz Festival will be donating $1 per ticket sold in support of MusiCounts, starting with ticketed concert events during summer festival week from June 21-29, 2024.
With events such as Jazz 4 the Ages, on-site activations during our summer festival, and other exciting initiatives throughout the year, we are extremely excited about our new partnership with MusiCounts. Stay tuned for more details.
To donate to MusiCounts, please visit musicounts.ca
MusiCounts is Canada’s music education charity associated with CARAS and the JUNO Awards. MusiCounts’ vision is to ensure that all youth in Canada have access to music education through their schools and communities. This vision is realized through grant programs that invest directly into schools and communities across Canada that put musical instruments into the hands of kids who need them the most. Additionally, MusiCounts creates educational resources for teachers and students; empowers young people to pursue music as a career; and celebrates teachers, artists, and philanthropists who champion music education.
MusiCounts is funded by many of Canada’s most dedicated individuals and corporate citizens including SiriusXM Canada, The Slaight Family Foundation, Canada’s Great Kitchen Party, Bell Media, The MusiCounts Leadership Circle, Rogers, RBC, TikTok, and The Hot Topic Foundation. MusiCounts has been supported since its inception by Sony Music Entertainment Canada Inc., Universal Music Canada, Warner Music Canada Ltd., and the JUNO Awards. MusiCounts was established in 1997 and has awarded more than $18,000,000 in support of music education in Canada. These funds have benefitted over 1,500 schools and communities, supported over 290 post-secondary music program graduates, and honoured 18 extraordinary music teachers and seven MusiCounts Inspired Minds Ambassadors.