What To Stream This Week

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​Bassist Adi Meyerson is set to stream an Art Is Alive set Friday.

(Photo: David Everly)

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

June 22: Andrew Bernstein

June 22: The Prime Rib Big Band featuring Joel Frahm

June 22: Sarah Hughes (interview)

June 22: Regina Carter & Alvester Garnett

June 22: Akua Dixon

June 22: Yuko Mabuchi

June 23: Dan Tepfer

June 23: Dave Douglas (masterclass)

June 23: Emmet Cohen

June 23: Orrin Evans

June 24: Randy Brecker & Ada Rovatti

June 24: Jane Bunnett

June 25: Joe Morris Instantiation

June 25: Aaron Myers

June 25: Chelsea Green

June 25: Jerome Jennings

June 25–26: Ella Fitzgerald: Just One of Those Things (film)

June 26: Nicole Zuraitis

June 26: Cyrus Chestnut

June 26: John Lake

June 26: Marcus Strickland (interview)

June 26: Marcus Strickland (performance)

June 26: Elijah Balbed

June 26: Adi Meyerson

June 26: Kansas Smitty’s

June 27: Joe Martin Quartet (Mark Turner, Kevin Hays, Nasheet Waits)

June 27: Ramsey Lewis

June 27: Warren Wolf (interview)

June 27: Warren Wolf (performance)

June 27: Kameleon Beats

June 27: Oscar Peterson & Oliver Jones (from 2004 Montreal International Jazz Festival)

June 28: Joe Martin Quartet (Mark Turner, Kevin Hays, Nasheet Waits)

June 28: Tarus Mateen (interview)

June 28: Tarus Mateen, Dana Hawkins & Tamika Love Jones

June 28: Joe Lovano & Judi Silvano

June 28: Sara Serpa

June 28: Jaco Pastorius (from 1982 Montreal International Jazz Festival)

Updated June 23



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