Coming from a family of musicians, Eugeniu Cheremoush discovered his passion for the violin at the age of four. During his youth, Eugeniu participated and placed in international violin youth competitions in Romania, Moldova, and Bulgaria. He has performed recitals in the three most prestigious halls in Moldova. He has made appearances with the National Moldovan Philharmonic, the Opera and Ballet Orchestra of Moldova, and the Moldovan National Chamber Orchestra.
Eugeniu earned his master’s degrees in violin performance at the Cleveland Institute of Music and at Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music. For four consecutive years, Eugeniu received fellowships with the Aspen Music Festival and School. In 2016, he performed in the Pacific Music Festival in Sapporo, Japan.
Mr. Cheremoush is a dedicated educator. His educational collaborations include Klein Forest High School and the Houston Youth Symphony. Eugeniu frequently takes part in a variety of outreach programs throughout the United States. These programs include Music for Autism, Music for the Forgotten, and the Carya outreach and educational program. Eugeniu is currently a member of the
Carya String Quartet, and often appears in performances with Mercury Baroque Orchestra, Houston Opera, and the Houston Ballet.