What To Stream This Week

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Mette Rasmussen, shown here performing at Festival International de Musique Actuelle de Victoriaville in 2018, is set to stream a performance on Monday.

(Photo: Martin Morissette/FIMAV)

As performers look to replace income from lost gigs and regain a sense of community amid the coronavirus pandemic, a number of musicians are using online streaming services to connect directly with fans. We’ll keep a running tab for the week below.

A fee is associated with some of the material listed here, and several items have been sourced from WBGO and Jazz at Lincoln Center. DB

July 27: Mette Rasmussen

July 27: Ari Hoenig Trio

July 27: Mingus Monday Live with Wayne Escoffery

July 27: Jonathan Finlayson

July 28: Julian Lage

July 28: Mako Sica with Tatsu Aoki

July 28: Frank Lacy Group

July 29: Joe Farnsworth Group

July 29: JAZZ HOUSE KiDS Wednesday Summer Sessions with Maria Schneider

July 29: Weather Report’s Heavy Weather performed by The Tim Seiser Sextet

July 29: Mara Rosenbloom/Melanie Dyer/Sam Newsome

July 30: Sae Hashimoto

July 30: Willerm Delisfort Project

July 30: Johnathan Blake

July 30: Scott Hamilton/Jan Lundgren Quartet featuring Ulf Wakenius

July 30: Nduduzo Makhathini (Jazz Coalition commission)

July 30: Alexa Tarantino featuring Riley Mulherkar

July 31: Fred Hersch Trio

July 31: Chris Walters

July 31: Wayne Shorter Celebration, Part 3

July 31: Dan Tepfer

July 31: Charlie Parker Tribute w/Thomas Fonnesbaek at Ystad Sweden Jazz Festival

Aug. 1: Fred Hersch Trio

Aug. 1: Oracle Blue

Aug. 1: Brandon Lee Lewis’ Program of Deprogramming

Aug. 1: Vijay Iyer, Eric Revis, Kokayi, Vanisha Gould

Aug. 1: Nils Landgren and Johan Norberg featuring Ida Sand

Aug. 2: Delfeayo Marsalis Keep NOLA Music Alive fundraiser

Aug. 2: Julius Rodriguez Trio

Aug. 2: Alexa Quarantino & Steven Lock and Feif-Key play The Beatles

Updated July 30



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