Jeremy Buzash (Journey Down the Danube)After being inspired by his uncle, Jim Buzash, Jeremy began studying violin at the Conservatory of Performing Arts in Regina, Saskatchewan at the age of 3and was soon recognized for remarkable aptitude. Known for his enthusiastic love of music, classic approach, beautiful sound, and an encyclopedic knowledge of violins and bows, Jeremy’s career as a musician is multifaceted, including interests in baroque performance and new music. At the age of 4, Jeremy was already playing violin in the family gypsy band, Betty and Her Brothers Five, a Canadian Recording Industry Association Gold Record winning ensemble. Jeremy’s frequent appearances at local and international festivals during his formative years have yielded a multitude of scholarships and awards, including commendations from both the Premier and Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan, an Emerging Artist nomination from the mayor of Regina, and the prestigious President’s Gold Medal from the Conservatory of Performing Arts in Regina.