What To Stream This Week

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The Alex Sipiagin Quartet is set to stream a performance from Smalls on Thursday.

(Photo: alexsipiagin.com)

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. 24: Winard Harper Group

Aug. 24: Lew Tabackin

Aug. 24: Mingus Mondays

Aug. 24: Dan Tepfer

Aug. 25: Palladium plays the music of Wayne Shorter

Aug. 25: Warren Wolf

Aug. 25: Pasquale Grasso

Aug. 25: Freedom’s State of Mind with Camille Thurman

Aug. 26: Vanisha Gould Quartet

Aug. 26: Seth Kibel

Aug. 27: Satoko Fujii & Natsuki Tamura

Aug. 27: Alex Sipiagin Quartet

Aug. 27: Billy Stritch

Aug. 28: David Murray/Lafayette Gilchrist Duo

Aug. 28: Tarus Mateen

Aug. 28: Natsuki Tamura

Aug. 28: Wayne Shorter Celebration, Part 4

Aug. 28: Curtis Nowosad Quartet

Aug. 28: Steve Turre

Aug. 28: Kurt Elling

Aug. 29: Ramsey Lewis

Aug. 29: David Murray/Lafayette Gilchrist Duo

Aug. 29: Celebrating Bird: A Conversation with Music featuring Joe Lovano, Charles McPherson, Grace Kelly, Antonio Hart Hosted and Gary Giddins

Aug. 29: Muriel Anderson’s All Star Guitar Night (A benefit for Guitars in the Classroom and Music for Life Alliance)

Aug. 29: Tamir Hendelman

Aug. 29: Jon-Erik Kellso Quartet

Aug. 29: Steve Turre

Aug. 30: Grant Stewart Group

Updated Aug. 28



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