Anna Tabbush

Born into a musical family, Anna has a passion for the music of different cultures around the world. She has learned, arranged and taught music from across the globe and has a special interest in music from Scandinavia, Southern Africa and the British Isles. Anna set up Guildford Vox, her longest standing community choir in November 2005. She has been involved in setting up and also conducted many choirs across the South of England and many more sing her arrangements of folk and contemporary songs. Anna also runs a popular singing festival called SingFest once a year among other singing events. In her spare time Anna enjoys practising yoga, playing her fiddle, exploring the beautiful countryside of the South Downs National Park where she lives, and spending time with her young daughter being creative and often a  bit silly.

About Us

We are proud to be part of our local community and perform around and about several times each year. We are not a church choir, although we do rehearse in a beautiful and historic church due to numbers. Highlights over the last ten years have included Guilfest, Christmas lights switch-on in Guildford High Street, celebrating dawn on May Day at St Martha’s, carol concerts, pub singing and even the occasional flash mob! Further afield we took our choir on tour to Frieburg, Guildford’s twin town in Germany and also to Scotland. In the recent past our gig venues have also included Normandy Therapy Garden, Electric Theatre, Loseley Park, Shalford Mill, Polesden Lacey and Brighton.

We are always looking for new and interesting opportunities to perform and love to raise money for our chosen charities.  Guildford Vox is affiliated to Community Vox, which aims to bring community arts to the people of Surrey and the South East through performance and education.




St Mary’s Church, Quarry Lane, Guildford

Ever thought of singing in a community choir, but never dared? Come to our free taster evenings and give it a try. There are no auditions and you don’t need to be able to read music.

Anyone is welcome for a taster session any week for free. Thereafter, it’s £5 per session if paid either termly or half-termly, £7 if paid weekly.


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