What to Stream This Week

(Photo: Courtesy Alligator Records)

As performers look to replace income from lost gigs and regain a sense of community amid the coronavirus pandemic, some are using online streaming services to connect directly with fans. Here are a few events streaming this week.

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March 8: UMO Helsinki Jazz Orchestra: Awakening—New Music for Jazz Orchestra

March 9: Kermit Ruffins from the House of Blues (New Orleans)

March 10: Maria Schneider for New England Conservatory’s Grow Your Art

March 11: Shuffle—Luxembourg Jazz Meeting

March 11: Matthew Evan Taylor, The Unheard Mixtapes

March 11: Helen Sung Quartet: Live From Dizzy’s

March 12: Winter’s Jazz Club Jazz Revival, Part 2

March 13: Alligator Records 50th Anniversary Streaming Celebration Launch

March 13: Brass Fest In The Bubble (New Orleans)

March 13: Camila Mennite Pereyra Quintet at Constellation (Chicago)

March 13: Winter’s Jazz Club Jazz Revival, Part 2

March 13: Camila Mennitte Pereyra Quintet at Constellation (Chicago)

March 14: Winter’s Jazz Club Jazz Revival, Part 2

March 14 Dr. Michael White & the Original Liberty Jazz Band at Snug Harbor (New Orleans)

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    “I like to just click on songs that touched me and see if I could do them in a personal way — especially if it’s a well-known song,” Alpert said about selecting material for his new album.

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    McCann’s deep roots in gospel and the blues gave his music a gritty, earthy quality and a large supply of soulful licks.

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    The Black Men of Labor Club leads a second line parade, from the documentary City of a Million Dreams.

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    ​The Blue Note Quintet includes Gerald Clayton, Immanuel Wilkins, Joel Ross, Kendrick Scott and Matt Brewer. The all-star collective embarks on a North American tour this month.

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    Emmet Cohen, right, with one of his heroes, Houston Person.