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Violinist Jason Anick Plays Gypsy Jazz With His Rhythm Future Quartet13:45
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Jazz violinist Jason Anick founded the Rhythm Future Quartet and teaches at Berklee. (Courtesy Jason Anick)
Jazz violinist Jason Anick founded the Rhythm Future Quartet and teaches at Berklee. (Courtesy Jason Anick)
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The Rhythm Future Quartet was founded by Jason Anick, a jazz violinist and one of the youngest instructors at the Berklee College of Music. He's also shared the stage with a number of artists, including Stevie Wonder.

Anick will perform with his Rhyhtm Future Quartet Columbus Day weekend at the Django by the Sea gypsy jazz festival in Kittery, Maine.

We did a live video of this segment on our Facebook page.

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Jason Anick, jazz violinist, founder of the Rhythm Future Quartet and Berklee College of Music instructor. He tweets @jasonanick.

This segment aired on September 22, 2016.

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