What To Stream This Week

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Vocalist Kurt Elling is set to stream a performance on Friday.

(Photo: Anna Webber)

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

Oct. 12: Vision Festival Healing Soul Livestream (David Murray Trio, William Parker’s In Order to Survive Quintet)

Oct. 12: Oran Etkin Trio

Oct. 13: Pharoah Sanders 80th Birthday

Oct. 13: Frank Lacy Group

Oct. 13: Rudresh Mahanthappa Hero Trio Record Release

Oct. 14: Hiromi & Edmar Castañeda

Oct. 14: Johnny O’Neal Trio

Oct. 14: Benny Green

Oct. 14: Nate Wooley

Oct. 15: Eddie Palmieri Afro Cuban Jazz Sextet

Oct. 15: Jeremy Pelt and George Cables

Oct. 15: Laraaji

Oct. 15: Jaleel Shaw

Oct. 15: Dave Kikoski Trio

Oct. 16: Ben Williams

Oct. 16: Peter Bernstein Quartet What Comes Next Record Release

Oct. 16: Kurt Elling

Oct. 16: True Blue Festival

Oct. 16: Steve Lehman & Gerald Clayton

Oct. 16: Mary Stallings & Bill Charlap Trio

Oct. 16: Cyrus Chestnut

Oct. 16: Corrie Dick Trio

Oct. 16: Nicole Glover Quartet

Oct. 16: Aaron Diehl Trio

Oct. 16: Anat Cohen & Marcello Gonçalves

Oct. 16: Ben Rosenblum Kites And Strings Record Release

Oct. 16: Dave Stryker

Oct. 16: Ravi Coltrane & Friends

Oct. 17: Kenny Werner & Chris Potter Duo

Oct. 17: Peter Bernstein Quartet What Comes Next Record Release

Oct. 17: True Blue Festival

Oct. 17: Matthew Shipp The Piano Equation Record Release

Oct. 17: Run The Jewels

Oct. 17: Raphael Pannier

Oct. 17: Lizz Wright

Oct. 17: Karrin Allyson

Oct. 17: Northern Spy Records & NNA Tapes Showcase

Oct. 17: Joe Dyson Quintet

Oct. 17: Cyrus Chestnut

Oct. 17: Tamir Hendelman

Oct. 17: Lakecia Benjamin

Oct. 18: Abbey Lincoln And Moseka House Presented by Marc Cary

Oct. 18: Josh Sinton and What Happens In A Year

Oct. 18: Tina Raymond Quartet

Oct. 18: Gregg August

Oct. 18: Ed Neumeister Quartet

Oct. 18: Northern Spy Records & NNA Tapes Showcase

Oct. 18: Cyrus Chestnut

Oct. 18: Ned Goold Quartet

Updated Oct. 15



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