TORONTO – When it comes to the issue of accountability for actions undertaken during the Holocaust, one usually scrutinizes the Nazi officers or others who had been involved through political or military means. But what about the role and culpability of artists during that era?This is one of the major yet complex questions being raised through the Music, Conscience and Accountability during the Third Reich concert taking place at the Royal Conservatory on Nov. 8 as part of Holocaust Education Week. Presented by members of the ARC Ensemble (artists of the Royal Conservatory), the concert will feature the works of late German composers Heinz Tiessen, Karl Amadeus Hartmann and Adolf Busch.