Peacheson Ngoshi

Peacheson Ngoshi

Peacheson Ngoshi (Mhofu) is also know as “Peaches.” Mhofu's hosho is the crucial backbone to everything that happens in a Mbira dzeMuninga performance. Often understated in his playing, Mhofu can whip an arrangement into a frenzy with the stroke of one hand so subtly that it almost seems as if he is whispering into everyone's ear that they need to speed up. In addition to his hosho, Mhofu plays the Nhovapasi (bass) mbira with the group.


Name Sessions Enrollment
Beginning Hosho - Mbira Style Hosho
Hosho: Teens, Adults; Introductory/Beginner
Session 4 (Sat 9:30 AM) 9/15 students
Intermediate Hosho - Variations
Hosho: Teens, Adults; Intermediate
Session 8 (Sun 3:30 PM) 3/15 students
Drumming & Singing - Vana Vangu Vakura
Singing, Drumming: Teens, Adults; Any skill level
Session 7 (Sun 1:00 PM) 8/25 students
Singing - Tewera Gweru
Singing: Teens, Adults; Any skill level
Session 5 (Sat 1:00 PM) 8 students
[no limit]
Drumming/Singing - Kuendambire
Singing, Drumming: Teens, Adults; Any skill level
Session 1 (Fri 9:30 AM) 6/20 students
Beginning Drumming - Drumming with Children
Children, Drumming, Music Educator: Children, Adults; Introductory/Beginner
Session 2 (Fri 1:00 PM) 4/20 students