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Anam Choir

Anam Choir (formerly The VSW Choir) is a mixed voice community choir based in Wexford Town. We sing popular songs from the 1960s up to today and since we began in person rehearsals in February 2022, we have recorded songs and arrangements for local artists, performed to a sold out venue for our Summer Show, performed for Culture Night 2023 and other events around Wexford.

Make sure to check us out on The Voice Studio Wexford YouTube, Facebook and Instagram!

Anam Choir is a very warm and welcoming group of singers from all walks of life.
So if you’re looking for a new hobby to build your confidence, take part in performances and meet new people, we want to hear from you!

Register your interest at the link below and Sinéad will be in touch with audition details. Our next round of auditions will take place in early 2024.

Please feel free to book a 15 Minute Online Consultation Call or email Sinéad on with any questions.

Please make sure to read the Choir Policy, Terms & Conditions before signing up.


“The VSW Choir is like vitamin C for your soul! Sinéad is a fantastic teacher, the arrangements sound great and she always gets you to add that extra sauce onto the performance!” – Julie

“Since joining the choir, my vocal strength has definitely improved. I can hold notes for longer and reach notes I didn’t think I could. Sinéad focuses on the holistic, both in warm ups and throughout the session, ensuring that your voice is protected. What makes me happiest about being part of the choir is the freedom to make mistakes, rehearsals are fun, energetic and even on the darkest wintery evenings I look forward to going to choir practice. The song choices are brilliant, contemporary but always a bit different. As a music lover I had thought I would know all of the songs but Sinéad really goes out of her way to find songs that are interesting, challenging and cool.” – Selina

“Sinéad has a lovely way of making you feel at ease both in private or group sessions. Seeing the improvements through exercises, breathing techniques and having a bit of fun to boot helps build confidence. Recommend giving it a go.” – Rebecca

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