What To Stream This Week

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On Sunday, Bill Warfield is set to stream a show with his New York Jazz Quintet.

(Photo: Courtesy Bill Warfield)

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. 21: Jon Davis Trio

Sept. 21: Mondays with Kuumbwa

Sept. 22: Ravi Coltrane Quartet featuring Brandee Younger

Sept. 22: Steve Nelson Quartet

Sept. 22: Keiji Haino

Sept. 23: Hiromi & Hadrien Feraud

Sept. 23: John Coltrane’s Giant Steps: Livestream Discussion with Archie Shepp, Lakecia Benjamin, Shabaka Hutchings & Melissa Aldana

Sept. 23: Roni Ben-Hur Quartet

Sept. 23: Angelica Sanchez & Marilyn Crispell

Sept. 24: DC JazzFest (Ben Williams, Danilo Pérez/Ben Street/Adam Cruz)

Sept. 24: Madeleine Peyroux​

Sept. 24: Mark Sherman Quartet

Sept. 24: Ken Peplowski & Glenn Zaleski

Sept. 24: Isaiah Collier and the Chosen Few

Sept. 24: Cat Toren & Human Kind

Sept. 24: Dan Tepfer & Thomas Enhco

Sept. 25: DC JazzFest (The Chuck Brown Band, Marc Cary)

Sept. 25: John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme: An Anniversary Celebration with SFJAZZ

Sept. 25: Jeremy Pelt/Warren Wolf Quartet

Sept. 25: Monterey Jazz Festival (proceeds will be donated to the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund and to performers)

Sept. 25: Nicole Glover Quartet

Sept. 25: The Joe Farnsworth Quartet

Sept. 26: Charles Lloyd/Zakir Hussain/Julian Lage

Sept. 26: Artists for a Free World Protest Concert (Melanie Dyer Trio, Jason Kao Hwang Human Rites Trio)

Sept. 26: Marcus Strickland Trio

Sept. 26: Will Calhoun’s Changing Times Trio

Sept. 26: Hyde Park Jazz Festival (Greg Ward, Dee Alexander, Marquis Hill, Jason Adasiewicz)

Sept. 26: DC JazzFest (Heart of the Ghost, Matthew Whitaker Quartet)

Sept. 26: Jeremy Pelt/Warren Wolf Quartet

Sept. 26: Monterey Jazz Festival (proceeds will be donated to the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund and to performers)

Sept. 26: Alex LoRe and Weirdear

Sept. 26: Ramsey Lewis

Sept. 26: Jay Clayton/Ed Neumeister/Gary Versace

Sept. 26: The Joe Farnsworth Quartet

Sept. 27: Hyde Park Jazz Festival (Nick Mazzarella/Quin Kirchner, Geof Bradfield/Mike Allemana, Katie Ernst/Greg Artry, Steve Marquette/Macie Stewart, Ken Vandermark/Damon Locks)

Sept. 27: DC JazzFest (DCJazzPrix Finals, Allison Au)

Sept. 27: Bill Warfield & The New York Jazz Quintet

Sept. 27: Jill McCarron Trio

Sept. 27: The Afro-Peruvian Sextet

Sept. 27: Monterey Jazz Festival (proceeds will be donated to the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund and to performers)



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