What To Stream This Week

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SFJAZZ is set to stream duo performances by pianist Kenny Barron on Friday.

(Photo: Philippe Lévy-Stab)

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. 15: Imani-Grace Cooper

Feb. 15: The Lockdown Sessions, No. 33: Gerald Clayton, Kassa Overall, Sullivan Fortner, Kevin Sun, Tim Berne

Feb. 15: Herlin Riley/Tork

Feb. 15: Joe Farnsworth Trio

Feb. 16: The Willy Rodriguez Quintet

Feb. 16: No Land/Joanna Mattrey/Luke Stewart

Feb. 16: The Queens Streaming Winter Jazzfest

Feb. 16: Frank Lacy Group

Feb. 17: Jazz From The South American Perspective With Cayo Iturralde And Carlos Alban

Feb. 17: Tom Dempsey/Tim Ferguson Quartet

Feb. 18: Tarbaby

Feb. 18: Paquito D’Rivera & Alex Brown

Feb. 18: Gabrielle Stravelli Trio

Feb. 18: Sam Newsome/Hilliard Greene/Reggie Nicholson/Amir Bey

Feb. 18: Alex Goodman Quartet

Feb. 18: Ronnie Burrage/Camille Thurman/Nimrod Speaks/Alex Collins

Feb. 19: Kenny Barron Duos with Regina Carter, Eddie Henderson, Terri Lyne Carrington

Feb. 19: Mike Kuhl/Dave Ballou/Luke Stewart/John Dierker

Feb. 19: Kristen Lee Sergeant

Feb. 19: Mike Clark Trio

Feb. 20: William Hooker

Feb. 20: Arkadiy Figlin

Feb. 20: Bill Heid Trio

Feb. 20: Philip Harper Group

Feb. 20: Jonathan Barber And Vision Ahead

Feb. 21: Jason Marsalis And The K Love Experience

Feb. 21: Behn Gillece Quartet



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