What To Stream This Week

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The Le Boeuf Brothers are set to stream a Tuesday performance.

(Photo: Shervin Lainez)

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

Oct. 5: Laraaji

Oct. 5: Ray Gallon Trio

Oct. 5: Miguel Zenón and Chris Potter in Conversation

Oct. 6: The Le Boeuf Brothers

Oct. 7: Hiromi & Robert Trujillo

Oct. 7: DOMi & JD Beck

Oct. 7: Dred Scott’s West Coast Jazz Revival

Oct. 7: Suzanne Vega

Oct. 7: Christian Sands

Oct. 8: Bill Charlap: An Evening of Solo Piano

Oct. 8: Jazz Kitchen (A Conversation Series Celebrating Food And Jazz)

Oct. 8: Vision Festival Healing Soul Livestream (Wadada Leo Smith)

Oct. 8: Morgan Guerin

Oct. 8: Vanisha Gould Trio

Oct. 8: Melanie Charles Quartet

Oct. 8: Miles Okazaki Trickster

Oct. 8: The Jazz Gallery All-Stars Concert at the Kennedy Center

Oct. 9: Jazz Philadelphia Summit 2020

Oct. 9: Theo Croker

Oct. 9: Cyrus Chestnut Trio

Oct. 9: Vision Festival Healing Soul Livestream (Oliver Lake Organ Quartet)

Oct. 9: Kurt Elling

Oct. 9: Abraham Burton Group

Oct. 9: Bad Plus

Oct. 9: Thelonious Monk Birthday Celebration with Joanne Brackeen, Kris Davis and Helen Sung

Oct. 10: Mike Stern

Oct. 10: Cyrus Chestnut Trio

Oct. 10: Vision Festival Healing Soul Livestream (Hamid Drake/Brandon Lopez /James Brandon Lewis/Alexis Marcelo, Fay Victor, Amina Claudine Myers Trio)

Oct. 10: Chick Corea: From Mozart to Monk

Oct. 10: Don Was All-Star Revue’s Tribute to John Lee Hooker

Oct. 10: Anthony Wonsey Trio

Oct. 10: Jazz Gallery Lockdown Sessions (Steven Bernstein, Emma Frank, Clarence Penn, Cory Smythe)

Oct. 10: Jazz Philadelphia Summit 2020

Oct. 10: Jesse Sharps & The Gathering

Oct. 10: Marquis Hill

Oct. 11: Vision Festival Healing Soul Livestream (Andrew Cyrille Quartet, Gerald Cleaver’s Black Host)

Oct. 11: Melissa Aldana Quintet

Oct. 11: Areni Agbabian

Updated Oct. 6



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