What To Stream This Week

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​Bassist William Parker (shown here), pianist Matthew Shipp and drummer Bobby Kapp are set to stream a Thursday performance.

(Photo: Peter Gannushkin)

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. Below, we’ll keep a running tab of jazz and blues programming scheduled for this week.

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. 17: Zaccai Curtis Trio

Aug. 17: Jason Marshall Quintet

Aug. 18: Monty Alexander

Aug. 18: Conrad Tao

Aug. 18: Ancient Aliens

Aug. 18: Chris Dingman

Aug. 19: The Sofia Goodman Group

Aug. 19: Dominick Farinacci & Tamir Hendelman

Aug. 19: Brooklyn Circle

Aug. 20: Thana Alexa & Antonio Sanchez

Aug. 20: Satoko Fujii & Natsuki Tamura

Aug. 20: Anthony Pinciotti/Dayna Stephens/Omer Avital

Aug. 20: Matthew Shipp/Bobby Kapp/William Parker

Aug. 20: 2020 NEA Jazz Masters Tribute Concert

Aug. 20: Patrick Bartley

Aug. 21: Amir ElSaffar

Aug. 21: Andrew Cyrille Quartet

Aug. 21: Vanessa Rubin

Aug. 21: Sammy DeLeon’s Latin Jazz Sextet

Aug. 21: Jackie Warren

Aug. 21: Mike Rodriguez Quintet

Aug. 21: Dianne Reeves: Music of ‘Bridges’

Aug. 21: Christian Sands Trio

Aug. 22: Andrew Cyrille Quartet

Aug. 22: Philip Harper Quintet

Aug. 22: Ben LaMar Gay

Aug. 22: Christian Sands Trio

Aug. 23: The New Orleans Brass Band Tradition: From The Streets To The World (presented by Dr. Michael White)

Aug. 23: Jazz Re:Fest

Aug. 23: Dara Tucker

Aug. 23: Mike Boone Quartet

Aug. 23: Christian Sands Trio

Aug. 23: Mayu Saeki & Warren Wolf

Aug. 23: Orrin Evans/Dezron Douglas/Johnathan Blake

Updated Aug. 18



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