Welcome to Guildford Vox

Guildford Vox is a friendly and popular community choir. We meet on Monday evenings at the Trinity Centre, next to Holy Trinity Church, Guildford High Street.

Our repertoire consists of contemporary and traditional songs from the British Isles and around the world. We learn by call and response and sing rich, unaccompanied harmonies. We have a sizeable and enthusiastic membership and new members are always welcome. There are no auditions and you don't need to be able to read music.

Singing in a choir is an uplifting experience and you meet new people. It's good for your health and boosts your confidence. Each year is more exciting than the previous one, so why not come and share the glorious, harmonious sound of Guildford Vox.

You are welcome to come and find out what it's all about - your first session is free! Thereafter you can book a term or half term in advance at £5 a session.

Choir sessions run from 7pm to 9pm and include a refreshment break. For term dates see our calendar



Join Sussex folk duo Rosie & Rowan and Guildford Vox community choir for an evening of songs and music.


Rosie Hodgson and Rowan Piggott blend traditional and original folk songs, producing what fRoots magazine calls "audible magic woven with voice, fiddle & guitar".

Guildford Vox, led by the talented composer and musician Anna Tabbush, will perform festive and wintry tunes from Britain and around the world. 


There will also be a special appearance from the Mad Hatter Morris.


Any funds raised during the evening will go to the Samson Centre for Multiple Sclerosis, a Guildford-based charity that provides practical and emotional support for people living with multiple sclerosis in Surrey and the surrounding areas.


The event takes place on Thursday, December 20, at St John’s Church, Farncombe. Doors open at 7.30pm and the performance starts at 7.45pm. Tickets cost £10, accompanied children under 12, free. To buy tickets in advance, call  01483 833890.