What To Stream This Week

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A Thursday symposium is set to explore the work of late pianist Geri Allen.

(Photo: Courtesy Motéma)

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

Nov. 2: Darius Jones

Nov. 2: Jazz Talk, Episode 1: Dr. Nathan Davis: Musician, Innovator, and Educator

Nov. 2: Rodney Green Group

Nov. 3: Saul Rubin Trio

Nov. 4: Jazz Talk, Episode 2: Racial Equity in Jazz and Jazz Education with Nicole Mitchell Gantt

Nov. 4: Francisco Mela MPT Trío

Nov. 4: Sullivan Fortner Trio

Nov. 5: Young Stars of Jazz with Wynton Marsalis

Nov. 5: Feed the Fire: A Cyber Symposium in Honor of Geri Allen

Nov. 5: Jazzfest Berlin

Nov. 5: Thomas Marriott’s Trumpet Ship

Nov. 5: Civil Rights in Jazz: Then and Now Panel Discussion With Kidd Jordan, Christopher Parker, Gwen Thompkins, Kelley Hurt and Bobby LaVell

Nov. 5: Ab Baars

Nov. 5: Akiko Tsuruga Quintet

Nov. 5: Yosvany Terry

Nov. 6: Reminiscing Eminence: A Tribute to Geri Allen

Nov. 6: Jazzfest Berlin

Nov. 6: Benjamin Hunter Quintet

Nov. 6: Fred Hersch

Nov. 6: GZA: Liquid Swords 25th Anniversary

Nov. 6: José James Celebrates Bill Withers

Nov. 7: Pitt Jazz Faculty Showcase Concert, a Tribute to Dr. Nathan Davis

Nov. 7: Dumpstaphunk

Nov. 7: 2020 Healdsburg Jazz Gala

Nov. 7: Jazzfest Berlin

Nov. 7: Fred Hersch/Miguel Zenón

Nov. 7: Marcus Strickland Group

Nov. 7: TJG Online Lockdown Sessions With Sarah Elizabeth Charles, Alexis Cuadrado, Dezron Douglas, Dafnis Prieto

Nov. 7: Tamir Hendelman Tribute To Harry Warren

Nov. 7: Bright Dog Red

Nov. 8: Jazzfest Berlin

Nov. 8: Ravi Coltrane Quartet

Nov. 8: Arcoiris Sandoval Quintet



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