What To Stream This Week

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Drummer Joe Farnsworth is set to stream a Monday performance alongside tenor saxophonist Eric Alexander, pianist George Cables and bassist Peter Washington.

(Photo: Jimmy Katz)

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. 10: Words & Music with Miles Okazaki

Aug. 10: Joe Farnsworth Quartet

Aug. 10: Leala Cyr

Aug. 11: Kris Davis

Aug. 11: Steve Nelson Quartet

Aug. 11: Allan Harris Celebrates Tony Bennett

Aug. 12: Asaf Yuria Sextet Exorcisms

Aug. 12: JAZZ HOUSE KiDS Wednesday Summer Sessions with Regina Carter

Aug. 12: Gabriel Chakarji

Aug. 12: Lara Bello

Aug. 13: Satoko Fujii

Aug. 13: Obon Festival: Eri Yamamoto’s Goshu Ondo Suite

Aug. 13: The Curtis Brothers

Aug. 13: E.J. Strickland Quintet

Aug. 13: Matt Lavelle/Daniel Carter/Mara Rosenbloom/Warren Smith

Aug. 13: Kendra Shank Trio

Aug. 13: Cyrus Chestnut

Aug. 13: Bill Frisell

Aug. 14: Natsuki Tamura

Aug. 14: Bokanté

Aug. 14: Eric Wyatt Quartet

Aug. 14: Cyrus Chestnut

Aug. 14: Cécile McLorin Salvant & Dan Tepfer

Aug. 14: Peter Bernstein Quartet

Aug. 14: Marc Cary

Aug. 15: The Jazz Gallery Lockdown with Nasheet Waits, Terri Lyne Carrington, Matt Mitchell & Firas Zreik

Aug. 15: Dana Hawkins Group

Aug. 15: Misha Piatigorsky

Aug. 15: Orrin Evans Trio

Aug. 15: Peter Bernstein Quartet

Aug. 15: Polly Gibbons

Aug. 15: Benito Gonzalez Trio

Aug. 16: Lucy Yeghiazaryan Quintet

Aug. 16: Bill Heid Trio

Updated Aug. 14



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