- Leader of the Jason Anick Acoustic Trio, Rhythm Future Quartet, and Anick/Yeager Quintet
- Performances with John Jorgenson, Stevie Wonder, Tommy Emmanuel, Hamilton de Holanda, and Andreas Öberg, among others
- Recordings include Sleepless (Jason Anick Trio), One Stolen Night and Returning (both with the John Jorgenson Quintet), Tipping Point (Jason Anick Quintet), Travels and Rhythm Future Quartet and Friends (both with the Rhythm Future Quartet), and United (Anick/Yeager Quintet)
- Publications include "Getting Started with Gypsy Jazz" in Fiddler Magazine and “Mapping out the Fingerboard” in The Strad
- Performances in China, Thailand, Japan, Russia, and Germany, among others, and in renowned venues such as the TD Garden, Scullers, Yoshi's, and the Iridium, and at the Montreal Jazz Festival
- B.S., the Hartt School at the University of Hartford, acoustical engineering and music
"There are a lot of basic elements of music that I want students to be able to translate to their instrument, no matter what style they end up playing. I focus a lot on the fundamentals (scales, arpeggios, technique, etc.), but also strategies for unlocking creativity and finding your voice as an improviser."
"My teaching is very much informed by all the knowledge I have acquired over the years through touring internationally, and being a part of countless recording sessions and numerous musical collaborations across different genres. All of these experiences, that have helped shape me into the musician I am today, allow me to better provide my students with real-world training and prepare then for entering into a career as a professional musician."