What To Stream This Week

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Bandleader Francisco Mela is set to stream a solo drum performance Friday via Soapbox Gallery.

(Photo: Courtesy Newvelle)

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

Feb. 8: Miguel Zenón In Conversation With Joe Lovano, Part 2

Feb. 8: Mordy Ferber/Yoni Rechter

Feb. 8: Gilad Hekselman Trio

Feb. 9: Paul Jost Quartet

Feb. 9: Josh Evans Group

Feb. 9: The Queens Streaming Winter Jazzfest

Feb. 10: Jazz’s 2nd Renaissance: The ’80s With Christian McBride

Feb. 10: Félix Lemerle (French Jazz Series @ Smalls)

Feb. 11: The Brianna Thomas Band

Feb. 11: Jeff “Tain” Watts

Feb. 11: Patricia Nicholson/William Parker/Gerald Cleaver/Bill Mazza

Feb. 11: Peter Slavov

Feb. 11: Tim Hegarty Quartet

Feb. 11: Lafayette Gilchrist

Feb. 11: Fay Victor

Feb. 12: SFJAZZ Collective Marks 50th Anniversary of Stand! and In A Silent Way

Feb. 12: Darrell Green Quintet

Feb. 12: Eric Kennedy/Joel Santiago/Warren Wolf

Feb. 13: Kiyoshi Kitagawa Trio

Feb. 13: Francisco Mela

Feb. 13: Jean Carn

Feb. 14: Valentine’s Day With The Harlem Gospel Choir

Feb. 14: Ian Hendrickson-Smith Group

Feb. 14: Jean Carn

Feb. 14: Veronica Swift & Dominick Farinacci

Updated Feb. 11



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