Buzor Nenic grew up in Elsinore and started playing as a 4-year-old. His play teacher was the father, Nikolaje Nika. The family has a 300-year tradition of playing folk and gypsy music, which was also passed on to Buzor Nenic. Already as a 10-year-old he won DAU’s (Danish Accordion Union) music competition and the talent prize.
Buzor Nenic has played with a large number of musicians in Denmark. Among others, along with Moussa Diallo, Klaus Menzer, Paul Reimann, Ayi Solomon, as well as George Michalache, Christian Sievert, Dorado Schmidt, Popy Basily, Michael Dahl, Nam Nguyen Tuan, Mathias Søndergaard Kristensen and others.
Together with these musicians, whom he meets on his musical path, Buzor forms duo, trio, quartet, quintet or bands depending on wishes and needs. The style ranges from the Balkan traditional and gypsy music, klezmer to Django Reinhardt Jazz Manouche, to French Müsette, American Jazz standards, Argentine Astor Piazzolla tango, Finnish tango to Scandinavian folk songs.
Together with Buzor Nenic, they master the music traditions convincingly both ‘at home’ and in new concert environments.
Buzor Nenic plays on the CD ‘Små sånger om stora ord’ (song no. 5 ‘Ord’ + no. 9 ‘Mitt Språk’), För kör och solo av Jonas Engström.
CD ‘Kamassan’ with Sylvester Agbedoglo.
CD ‘Inca’ with Luis de la Calle, Inca Project, My Way Music.