A group of talented Highlands singers are eager to return to the stage, and bring their audiences musical joy.
The Serendipity Choir members have been warming up their vocal chords for their comeback to the region, after not being able to perform for 18 months.
Music director and conductor Kerith Fowles said the performances will be like a "family get-together."
"We love singing to our audiences, because they're so appreciative and have lovely reactions," she said.
"They tell members of the choir how much they've enjoyed things.
"I hope audiences experience as much joy from our performances as we do."
The 33-person choir performs at the Bundanoon Primary School Hall on June 19 at 3pm, and the Bowral Uniting Church on June 20 at 3pm.
The performances mean the entertainers can reunite with their loyal fans, but also come together and as a collective front after restricted rehearsals.
Ms Fowles said they were initially allowed to have five singers rehearsing in a room, three metres apart from one another in March.
The capacity then increased to 30 singers in April, at the same distance.
"If you're three metres from the nearest singer, you feel as though there is no-one else singing," she said.
The singers were able to connect with one another at 1.5 metres apart, before restrictions were removed altogether.
"I think there will be a great sharing of jubilation and celebration," Ms Fowles added.
The choir's theme song We Rise Again will be performed with jazz melody Don't Get Around Much Anymore. Songs from John Rutter and a range of gospel and spiritual melodies will also be performed.
"The audience can just sit there and drift off," Ms Fowles said.
"It's almost heavenly, the music is so lovely."
The choir is free for the public to attend, but seats must be secured online.
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