What To Stream This Week

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Reedist Scott Robinson is set to stream a set via the Smalls website Friday alongside pianist Helen Sung, bassist Martin Wind and drummer Peter Van Nostrand.

(Photo: Bud Glick)

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

July 13: Mingus Mondays

July 13: NYChange (Joe Farnsworth/Peter Bernstein/Keith Brown/Peter Washington)

July 14: Miki Yamanaka Quartet

July 14: Dan Tepfer

July 14: Don Braden Quartet

July 14: Sharel Cassity & Richard Johnson (rescheduled from July 12)

July 15: Nicole Zuraitis Trio

July 15: Aaron Diehl & Dan Tepfer

July 15: Dafnis Prieto (JAZZ HOUSE KiDS Wednesday Summer Sessions with the Masters)

July 15: Tierney Sutton & Tamir Hendelman

July 15: Cyrus Chestnut Group

July 15: Dave Rempis

July 16: Zaccai Curtis/Kris Allen Duo

July 16: Billie Holiday’s Lady In Satin performed by The Jazz Record Art Collective

July 16: Jonathan Barber Quartet

July 16: Regi Wooten & Brian Cornish

July 16: JEN webinar with Sean Jones, Lonnie Davis, Jason Moran & Gary Bartz: “Jazz Education as a Force for Racial Understanding, Healing and Justice”

July 17: The Terell Stafford Quartet

July 17: Joel Ross

July 17: Scott Robinson Quartet

July 17: Jonathan Wires Quintet

July 17: Juan de Marcos & Afro-Cuban All Stars

July 18: Concert For Cuba

July 18: The Terell Stafford Quartet

July 18: Yoko Miwa

July 18: Chris Thile

July 18: Godwin Louis

July 18: Caroline Davis Quintet

July 18: Shikoukairo II: Patterns of Thought (Tatsu Aoki/Rami Atassi/Charles Rumback/Tiger Tanaka, Hiroshi Mehata)

July 18: José James

July 19: Concert For Cuba

July 19: “The Evolution of Contemporary Jazz Drummers” with Billy Hart

July 19: Jeremy Pelt Trio

July 19: Guy Mintus Trio (benefit for Jazz Foundation of America’s COVID-19 Musician’s Emergency Fund)

July 19: Orrin Evans presents Club Patio

Updated July 16



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