What To Stream This Week

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Bassist Ben Williams is set to stream a Thursday trio set from the Jazz Gallery in New York.

(Photo: Janette Beckman)

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

Aug. 3: Melissa Aldana

Aug. 3: Christopher McBride & The Whole Proof

Aug. 3: Nelson Bello Group

Aug. 4: Melissa Aldana Quartet

Aug. 4: JAZZ HOUSE KiDS LunchTime LIVE Series with Lisette Santiago

Aug. 4: Cyrille Aimée

Aug. 5: John Chin Trio

Aug. 5: Tierney Sutton & Tamir Hendelman

Aug. 5: JAZZ HOUSE KiDS Wednesdays with the Masters: Christian McBride

Aug. 6: Ben Williams

Aug. 6: JAZZ HOUSE KiDS LunchTime LIVE: Faculty Jam Session

Aug. 6: Satoko Fujii

Aug. 6: Gil Evans Project (Ryan Truesdell/Riley Mulherkar/Jay Anderson/Lewis Nash)

Aug. 7: Bill Frisell Trio

Aug. 7: John Santos: 60th Birthday Celebration

Aug. 7: Aaron L. Myers II

Aug. 7: Ian Hendrickson-Smith Group

Aug. 7: Natsuki Tamura

Aug. 7: David Murray & Lafayette Gilchrist

Aug. 7: Kurt Elling

Aug. 8: Bill Frisell Trio

Aug. 8: David Friesen Circle 3 Project

Aug. 8: Camille Thurman Group

Aug. 8: 2020 Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong Virtual Summer Jazz Camp Student & Faculty Concert

Aug. 8: Mike Clark

Aug. 8: Terri Lyne Carrington & Danilo Perez

Aug. 8: Eddie Gale Music Memorial Livestream

Aug. 9: Dee Alexander & John McLean

Aug. 9: A Rite for All Souls by The Mark Harvey Group (album release)

Aug. 9: Carlos Abadie/Naama Gheber Quintet

Aug. 9: Mike Clark

Aug. 9: Davina Sower

Aug. 9: Myron McKinley



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