What To Stream This Week

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Pianist Joey Alexander is set to stream a performance on Friday.

(Photo: Meredith Truax)

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. DB

Sept. 28: DC JazzFest (Maimouna Youssef, Herb Scott, Frédéric Yonnet and The Band With No Name)

Sept. 28: Ari Hoenig Quartet

Sept. 28: Happy Hour Hang with Gretchen Parlato

Sept. 29: Cha Wa

Sept. 29: Michael Feinberg Quintet release show

Sept. 30: Hiromi & Stefano Bollani

Sept. 30: Barry Stephenson release show

Sept. 30: Will Calhoun Changing Times Trio

Sept. 30: Sylvie Courvoisier Trio

Oct. 1: Catherine Russell Trio

Oct. 1: James Carter Organ Trio

Oct. 1: John Ellis

Oct. 1: Herb Alpert Is ... documentary

Oct. 2: Joey Alexander

Oct. 2: Louis Hayes Cannonball Legacy Quartet

Oct. 2: María Grand & Amirtha Kidambi

Oct. 2: Bobi Céspedes

Oct. 3: José James, Taali

Oct. 3: James Francies

Oct. 3: Louis Hayes Cannonball Legacy Quartet

Oct. 3: Luke Stewart + Leila Bordreuil: Works for Feedback Ensemble

Oct. 3: Ravi Coltrane/Matt Garrison/Marcus Gilmore

Updated Oct. 2



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    “I like to just click on songs that touched me and see if I could do them in a personal way — especially if it’s a well-known song,” Alpert said about selecting material for his new album.

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    McCann’s deep roots in gospel and the blues gave his music a gritty, earthy quality and a large supply of soulful licks.

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    The Black Men of Labor Club leads a second line parade, from the documentary City of a Million Dreams.

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    ​The Blue Note Quintet includes Gerald Clayton, Immanuel Wilkins, Joel Ross, Kendrick Scott and Matt Brewer. The all-star collective embarks on a North American tour this month.

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    Emmet Cohen, right, with one of his heroes, Houston Person.