What To Stream This Week

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Regina Carter is set to explore the legacy of Ella Fitzgerald on Tuesday.

(Photo: Christopher Drukker)

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

Jan. 11-16: Chris’ Jazz Café Virtual Fundraiser (Johnathan Blake, Rodney Green)

Jan. 11-17: Panama Jazz Festival (Joe Lovano, Terri Lyne Carrington/Kris Davis/Val Jeanty, Cyrus Chestnut)

Jan. 11: Alex Terrier/Kenny Barron

Jan. 11: Emmet Cohen

Jan. 12: In Conversation with Bill Frisell

Jan. 12: Tony Malaby’s Turnpike Trio

Jan. 12: Paul Jost Quartet

Jan. 12: Sacha Perry/Daniel Duke/Renaud Penant

Jan. 12: Regina Carter: A Salute To Ella In Stories And Song

Jan. 13: Chet Doxas/Dave Ambrosio/Billy Hart

Jan. 13: Jazz & Cinema: A 100-Year Romance With Ashley Kahn

Jan. 13: Jonathan Saraga Trio

Jan. 13: Jeremy Manasia Quintet

Jan. 13: Jazz Tales With Pepe Gonzalez

Jan. 13: Warren Wolf/Quincy Phillips/Jeff Reed

Jan. 14: Mara Rosenbloom Affinity Trio

Jan. 14: Clovis Nicolas Quintet

Jan. 14: Jon Cowherd

Jan. 14: Immanuel Wilkins Quartet

Jan. 14: Shemekia Copeland

Jan. 15: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.: In The Eyes Of Children (with Kim Nalley, Marcus Shelby & Others)

Jan. 15: Four Letter Words

Jan. 15: Melissa Aldana Quintet

Jan. 15: Ben Rosenblum Trio

Jan. 15: Peter Bernstein

Jan. 15: Gilad Hekselman

Jan. 16: Charles Lloyd’s Kindred Spirits

Jan. 16: Jared Gold Group

Jan. 16: Ben Rosenblum

Jan. 16: Roseanna Vitro/Kenny Werner

Jan. 16: Isaiah Collier And The Chosen Few

Jan. 16: Lage Lund

Jan. 16: Terri Lyne Carrington/John Patitucci

Jan. 16: Melissa Aldana

Jan. 16: Larry Goldings

Jan. 16: Stanley Cowell: A Singular Voice

Jan. 17: Kenny Garrett Quintet

Jan. 17: Joe Farnsworth Quartet

Jan. 17: Tom Oren

Jan. 17: Kenny Werner

Jan. 17: Sullivan Fortner

Jan. 17: Rossano Sportiello

Updated Jan. 15



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