New York Times
'The organist and composer Akiko Tsuruga noted that the Smalls stage is large enough for the players to connect while still staying six feet apart. She said that when her quartet plays there on June 12 she’ll miss the club’s community — the crowds of aficionados and out-of-towners, the musicians who pop in to hang — but will simply be happy for the chance to play. “The lockdown has reminded me how important playing music is to my life,” Ms. Tsuruga said.'
By Alan Scherstuhl