With gigs and tours being cancelled for most jazz musicians around the world, some are turning to the internet to make sure that people can still get their fix… Here are our listings of what you can tune in to around the internet… 

Songs of spring and comfort from my home to yours! Relax and unwind to the soothing sounds of jazz-pop songstress Corinne Mammana, accompanied by Sean Gough on keys.

“Vertical lift-off” was how broadcaster NDR describes Jin Jim’s rise on the German jazz scene. They are a modern jazz-rock quartet, consisting of flautist Daniel Manrique-Smith, bassist Ben Tai Trawinski, guitarist Johann May & drummer Nico Stallmann.

“Live from the ‘Blue in Green’ recording studio in Bonn”



Based in Cincinnati, OH, Brandon Coleman is an on-the-rise and in-demand performer in the world of creative guitar playing.

He’s going live with multi-cam & professional audio with his trio on Facebook, Youtube and Twitch!

Winners of the 2019 Montreux Jazz Talent Award, Run Logan Run are a head on collision of pounding tribal drums and screaming guttural saxophone.

They are Andrew Neil Hayes (sax/electronics) and Matt Brown (drums/percussion) and have been authoring their own narrative in the new wave of crossover jazz.

Punkt Festival in Birmingham (UK) has been cancelled but they’ll be lives-treaming 2 gigs, back to back from a house.

Stillefelt – Venue 1 (The Living Room)
Live remix by Elda ft. Mark Sanders – Venue 2 (The kids’ playroom)

New original music project from pianist Jiří Levíček and guitarist David Dorůžka, with repertoire based around the blues. 

Presented by U Staré paní Jazz & Cocktail Club , Pozitiv sro and Bathroom production

“One of Europe’s most exciting ensembles” according to John Fordham, of The Guardian, VEIN Trio has established a reputation among jazz audiences for both the stylistic diversity and technical accomplishment of its music.  They are joined by special guests to present their ‘VEIN plays RAVEL’ programme.

Full 90 minute broadcast-premiere of a concert recorded in Switzerland.

Tal Babitzky is a composer, orchestrator, arranger and piano player. He is a jazz artist born in Vilnius, Lithuania and is now residing in Israel. Babitzky has composed hundreds of instrumental pieces and tunes, some of which are used by The National Geographic Channel. More info.