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Django By the Sea Presents: 

Ian Coury & Jason Anick Quartet


Violinist Jason Anick and bandolim virtuoso Ian Coury join forces for this special concert. Accompanied by guitarist Max O’Rourke and bassist Greg Loughman, they will perform a mix of choro music from Brazil and toe-tapping swing in the spirit of Django Reinhardt.


Berklee College of Music Professor Jason Anick, has earned a reputation among string players as an imaginative improviser, versatile composer, and insightful educator.

Growing up playing fiddle tunes with his family and classical music with local orchestras, he developed a passion for improvisation, which led him to study jazz and classical music at Hartt Conservatory. In 2008, Anick started what would be a 10 year stint touring and recording with Grammy award-winning guitar virtuoso John Jorgenson while still a senior at Hartt Conservatory.


Having shared a stage with Brazilian choro legends Armandinho and Hamilton de Holanda by the age of 12, Ian Coury has since been accruing professional awards and accolades and is already, at 20 years old, one of Brazil’s most-respected virtuosos of the 10-string mandolin. As he continues to push the boundaries of the instrument and of the choro genre, he has performed with such luminaries as Paquito D’Rivera, Claudio Roditi, and Toninho Horta, and in the past two years has received two important awards: “Best Instrumentalist” in the National FM Radio Festival (2020), and second place (by popular vote) in Brazil’s eFestival (2021), both for performances of original compositions.

The Band:

Jason Anick – Violin

Ian Coury – Bandolim

Max O’Rourke – Guitar

Greg Loughman – Bass

$20 advance | $25 day-of

*fees not included

Venue Information

The Dance Hall, Kittery
7 Walker Street
Kittery, ME 03904

Organizer Information

The Dance Hall, Kittery

7 Walker Street
Kittery, ME 03904

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