What To Stream This Week

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Violinist Tomoko Omura and her husband, pianist Glenn Zaleski, are set to stream a performance on Sunday.

(Photo: tomokoomura.com)

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. 23: Ari Hoenig Quartet

Nov. 24: Veronica Swift with the Emmet Cohen Trio

Nov. 24: Silje Nergaard, Ketil Bjørnstad (Big Ears)

Nov. 24: John Clayton/Tamir Hendelman

Nov. 24: Ari Hoenig/Albert Marques

Nov. 24: Spike Wilner Group

Nov. 24: Chameleon: A Talk About Herbie Hancock With Lionel Loueke And James Genus

Nov. 25: Melissa Aldana & Dan Tepfer

Nov. 25: Dezron Douglas

Nov. 25: Zach Brock/Matt Penman/Clarence Penn

Nov. 25: Rufus Roundtree And Da B’More Brass Factory

Nov. 27: Mats Ellertsen, Trygve Seim (Big Ears)

Nov. 27: Gregory Porter

Nov. 27: Maria Schneider Orchestra

Nov. 27: Tim Armacost Quartet

Nov. 27: Hayes Greenfield & Dean Johnson Duo

Nov. 27: The Afro-Peruvian Sextet

Nov. 27: Miguel Zenón And Luis Perdomo Present El Arte Del Bolero

Nov. 27: Mike LeDonne/Ron Carter/Joe Farnsworth

Nov. 28: Etienne Charles Creole Soul

Nov. 28: Philip Harper Quintet

Nov. 28: Mike LeDonne/Ron Carter/Joe Farnsworth

Nov. 29: We Jazz Festival

Nov. 29: Glenn Zaleski/Tomoko Omura

Nov. 29: Johnny O’Neal Trio



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