Code Listen

Music for Healing and Dialogue

Code Listen is a civic arts project using the transformative power of creative music and music performance to support healing and dialogue on gun violence, race and law enforcement practices for Boston residents. Led by violinist and composer Shaw Pong Liu who initiated the project in 2016 as an Artist-in-Residence with the City of Boston in collaboration with the Mayor's Office of Arts and Culture, the Boston Police Department, and community organizations including the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute Teen Empowerment and the Mattapan Teen Center.

Join us at upcoming Code Listen 3.0 performances for Homicide Survivors’ Awareness Month!

RSVP here for Saturday Dec 8th 3pm performance at the Kroc Center

RSVP here for Saturday Dec 15th 1pm performance at the Gardner Museum

RSVP here for Saturday Dec 15th 3pm performance at the Gardner Museum

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Code Listen is a civic arts project using the transformative power of creative music and music performance to support healing and dialogue on gun violence, race and law enforcement practices for Boston residents. Led by violinist and composer Shaw Pong Liu who initiated the project in 2016 as an Artist-in-Residence with the City of Boston in collaboration with the Mayor's Office of Arts and Culture, the Boston Police Department, and community organizations including the Louis D. Brown Peace InstituteTeen Empowerment and the Mattapan Teen Center.