What To Stream This Week

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Trumpeter Jaimie Branch—along with bassist Luke Stewart and altoist Devin Brahja Waldman—is set to stream a Thursday performance.

(Photo: Dawid Laskowski)

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

Jan. 25: In Conversation With Miguel Zenón And Joe Lovano (Part 1)

Jan. 25: Rodney Green Trio

Jan. 26: National YoungArts Foundation Jazz Finalists

Jan. 26: Tessa Souter Trio

Jan. 26: Steve Nelson Quartet

Jan. 27: George Garzone/Peter Slavov/Francisco Mela

Jan. 27: Clap Your Hands! With Allison Miller

Jan. 27: Zach Brock

Jan. 27: Jon Davis Trio

Jan. 28: Marcus Gilmore Group

Jan. 28: Luke Stewart/Jaimie Branch/Devin Brahja Waldman

Jan. 28: Carlos Abadie Quintet

Jan. 29: Bill Malchow Trio

Jan. 29: Glass Hand

Jan. 29: Gonzalo Rubalcaba & Pedrito Martinez

Jan. 30: Caleb Curtis/Orrin Evans/Noah Garabedian/Vinnie Sperrazza

Jan. 31: Harlem Of The West With Marcus Shelby & Stella Health

Jan. 31: Lucy Yeghiazaryan Quintet



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