A Map To The Line, And How Not To Cross It: A Code Of Conduct For The Performing Arts

Some of the members of the We Have Voice Collective, the authors of a new code of conduct for preventing harassment in performing arts spaces. Front row, seated (left to right): Linda May Han Oh, Jen Shyu, Sara Serpa. Back row, standing (left to right): Imani Uzuri, María Grand, Terri Lyne Carrington, Fay Victor.

A collective of 14 female jazz musicians known as We Have Voice have released a code of conduct aimed at reducing harassment in spaces dedicated to the performing arts.

(Image credit: Jacob Blickenstaff)

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Chick Corea On World Cafe

Chick Corea with World Cafe host Talia Schlanger inside a rehearsal room at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City.

The revered jazz pianist shares stories about working with Miles Davis and watching Thelonious Monk perform while we try to wrap our heads around the break-neck pace of his creative life.

(Image credit: Dan Muse/Courtesy of the artist)

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