What To Stream This Week

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Allan Harris is among the performers planning to stream live sets this week.

(Photo: Sandrine Lee)

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

Daily: Satoko Fujii & Natsuki Tamura

May 25: Jaleel Shaw

May 25: Emmet Cohen

May 26: The Eli Degibri Quartet

May 26: Allan Harris

May 26: Terence Blanchard, Ben Jaffe and Michael Murphy discuss the documentary Up From The Streets: New Orleans: The City of Music

May 26: Bobby Broom

May 26: Dave King

May 27: Jason Lindner

May 27: Akiko Tsuruga & Joe Magnarelli

May 27: Reggie Pace and NO! BS Brass Band

May 27: Orrin Evans

May 28: Jason Marsalis & the 21st Century Trad Band (Benny Goodman Edition)

May 28: Jamie Saft & Vanessa Saft

May 28: Eric Harland

May 28: Nicholas Payton

May 28: Jon Batiste

May 28: Damon Locks

May 28: Tomeka Reid

May 28: Nicole Mitchell

May 28: Jeff Parker

May 29: Lizzie Thomas & John Colianni

May 29: Arturo Sandoval

May 30: Edward Simon

May 30: Bill Frisell, Hannah Marks, Kassa Overall, Jen Shyu

May 30: Tamir Hendelman

May 30: Adam Deitch

May 30: Gretchen Parlato & Mark Guiliana

May 30: Ramsey Lewis

May 31: Champian Fulton

May 31: Ron Jackson

May 31: Rachel Therrien

May 31: Bria Skonberg

May 31: Geoff Keezer

May 31: Yotam Silberstein

May 31: Steven Feifke & Alexa Tarantino

Updated May 28



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