What To Stream This Week

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Joe Lovano—along with Ben Street and Andrew Cyrille—are set to stream a pair of performances this week.

(Photo: Jimmy Katz/ECM)

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 29: Reginald Cyntje (interview)

June 29: Reginald Cyntje (performance)

June 29: John Clayton & Gerald Clayton

June 29: Mingus Mondays with Scott Robinson

June 29: Ari Hoenig Trio

June 29: Miles Davis (at the 1985 Montreal International Jazz Festival)

June 29: Don Braden

June 30: Frank Lacy Group

June 30: Sarah Vaughan (at the 1983 Montreal International Jazz Festival)

July 1: Gretchen Parlato & Alan Hampton

July 1: Marc Devin Trio

July 1: Maurice “Mobetta” Brown

July 1: Whit Dickey Trio

July 2: Rachel Z & Omar Hakim

July 2: Dave Liebman Trio

July 2: Nicholas Payton

July 3: Terri Lyne Carrington, Kris Davis & Val Jeanty

July 3: Naoko Terai Quartet (Blue Note Tokyo)

July 3: Rodney Green’s Jackson Miller

July 3: Ralph Peterson

July 3: Jana Herzen & Charnett Moffett

July 3: Joe Lovano Trio Fascination (Ben Street, Andrew Cyrille)

July 3: Voices of Compassion (Ellen Christi, Patricia Nicholson, Jean Carla Rodea, William Parker)

July 3: Allen Toussaint with Preservation Hall Jazz Band (2014 at SFJAZZ)

July 4: Naoko Terai Quartet (Blue Note Tokyo)

July 4: Lionel Loueke

July 4: Sullivan Fortner Trio

July 4: Kurt Rosenwinkel

July 5: Joe Lovano Trio Fascination (Ben Street, Andrew Cyrille)

July 5: Kohmi Hirose (Blue Note Tokyo)

July 5: Lew Tabackin Trio

July 5: Jason Lindner



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