What To Stream This Week

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Eddie Palmieri is set to stream a performance on Saturday.

(Photo: Courtesy Of Artist)

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

Dec. 7: Angel Bat Dawid And Sistas Of The Nitty Gritty

Dec. 7: Markus Rutz Album Release

Dec. 7: Miguel Zenón In Conversation With Branford Marsalis

Dec. 7: Ari Hoenig Quartet

Dec. 8: Beady Belle, Arild Andersen Group (Big Ears)

Dec. 8: “Milford Graves Full Mantis” film with with director Jake Meginsky

Dec. 8: Jazz Composers’ Workshop Orchestra Concert With Frank Carlberg

Dec. 8: Will Bernard

Dec. 8: Paul Jost Quartet

Dec. 8: Ricardo Grilli Quintet

Dec. 8: The ASCAP Foundation Honors 2020

Dec. 9: Bill Charlap Trio

Dec. 9: Oscar Feldman Quartet

Dec. 10: Etienne Charles Trio

Dec. 10: Bird Calls (COVID-19 Musicians’ Emergency Fund Digital Concert)

Dec. 10: 60 Years Of Arhoolie Records (Taj Mahal, Ry Cooder, Bonnie Raitt)

Dec. 10: Juliet Kurtzman & Pete Malinverni

Dec. 10: Butcher Brown

Dec. 10: Theo Croker

Dec. 10: Scott Robinson

Dec. 10: Harish Raghavan

Dec. 10: Sean Jones

Dec. 10: Ken Fowser Quintet

Dec. 10: Matthew Shipp & Whit Dickey

Dec. 11: Nate Wooley

Dec. 11: Elephant9, Nils Petter Molvær Trio (Big Ears)

Dec. 11: The Klezmatics

Dec. 11: Tyshawn Sorey: Perle Noire (A Personal Portrait Of Josephine Baker)

Dec. 11: Maurice “Mobetta” Brown

Dec. 11: Sean Jones

Dec. 11: Tobias Meinhart Quartet

Dec. 11: Marta Sánchez Quintet

Dec. 11: Gerrit Hatcher/Joshua Abrams/Tyler Damon

Dec. 11: Ledisi

Dec. 11: Screening Of Throw Down Your Heart With Béla Fleck Q&A

Dec. 11: HaHa Holiday With Madeleine Peyroux

Dec. 11: Laila Biali Live Chat & Concert Rebroadcast

Dec. 12: Dragon Smoke

Dec. 12: Destiny Muhammad

Dec. 12: Eden Girma/Anjna Swaminathan, Erica Lindsay/Sara Serpa, Lesley Mok/Tomeka Reid

Dec. 12: Eddie Palmieri

Dec. 12: Kendra Shank & Pete McCann

Dec. 12: The Jazz Gallery Lockdown Sessions, Vol. 29 (Hannah Marks, Thana Alexa, Emma Frank, Becca Stevens, Michael Mayo, Sachal Vasandani)

Dec. 12: Sean Jones

Dec. 12: Oskar Stenmark Quartet

Dec. 12: Signatures In Brass Trumpet Summit (Marquis Hill/Theo Croker/Keyon Harrold/Kiveton Gelin)

Dec. 12: T.S. Monk & Producer Danny Scher Discuss Palo Alto

Dec. 13: Black Art Jazz Collective

Dec. 13: Peter And Will Anderson Quintet

Dec. 13: Lafayette Harris Jr. & Ken Filiano

Dec. 13: Joe Magnarelli Quintet

Updated Dec. 11



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