What To Stream This Week

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Luke Stewart is set to stream a Thursday performance.

(Photo: Jake Meginsky/thelukestewart.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

Sept. 7: Artists for a Free World Protest Concert (William Parker’s Celestial Lighthouse, Bisio/Lewis/Holmes/Knuffke, Sayers Ellis/Swell)

Sept. 7: Detroit Jazz Festival

Sept. 7: Jeb Patton Trio

Sept. 7: Eric Revis interview/listening party

Sept. 8: Frank Lacy Group

Sept. 9: Hiromi & Chassol

Sept. 9: Tarik Shah Quintet

Sept. 9: Isabella Mendes

Sept. 9: Louis Armstrong Legacy Virtual Jazz Jam

Sept. 10: Elastic Arts 3rd Annual Benefit

Sept. 10: Roxy Coss Quintet

Sept. 10: Amir ElSaffar, Jomion & the Uklos, Pablo Mayor

Sept. 10: Luke Stewart/Devin Brahja Waldman/Aquiles Navarro/Tcheser Holmes

Sept. 11: Elastic Arts 3rd Annual Benefit

Sept. 11: Gerry Gibbs Group

Sept. 11: Bill Charlap Trio

Sept. 11: John Scofield Trio

Sept. 11: Connie Han, Matthew Whitaker, Veronica Swift, Alicia Olatuja

Sept. 11: Cyrus Chestnut Trio

Sept. 11: Artemis listening event

Sept. 12: Bill Charlap Trio

Sept. 12: Artists for a Free World Protest Concert (Dickey/Swell, Larry Roland Trio, Sam Newsome Trio)

Sept. 12: Michel Camilo

Sept. 12: Elastic Arts 3rd Annual Benefit

Sept. 12: Ed Cherry Quartet

Sept. 12: Tamir Hendelman’s Thelonious Monk Tribute

Sept. 12: Cyrus Chestnut TrioSept. 13: Pasquale Grasso Quartet

Sept. 13: The Alexis Morrast Quartet, The Matthew Whitaker Quartet, The Mark Gross Quartet

Updated Sept. 11



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