Cudgegong Choir will perform at St Mary's Catholic Church on December 15 at 6pm

SING UP A STORM: Cudgegong Choir went through a rehearsal on Thursday as it fine tunes its performance ahead of Friday the 15th. Photo: Jake Humphreys
SING UP A STORM: Cudgegong Choir went through a rehearsal on Thursday as it fine tunes its performance ahead of Friday the 15th. Photo: Jake Humphreys

If you like charisma, clarinets and Christmas carols, St Mary’s Catholic Church is the place for you on December 15.

In a repeat of last year, Cudgegong Choir will take centre stage at 6pm to perform its Christmas concert.

Not only will the choir be singing at the top of its lungs, it will be diversified by trumpets, clarinets, cellos and the organ, which will be played by the talented Gavin Tipping.

To make matters more appealing, spectators will be given handouts to sing along to some traditional Christmas tunes.

Music direction Mary Mitchell tried to hold the event as close to Christmas as possible to send everyone off to their holidays in good spirit.

“We want to get people in a good, Christmas mood,” Mitchell said.

“You don’t always get traditional music and carols at other Christmas events.”

Tickets to the 90 minute event will be sold at the door, with prices starting at 10 dollars for kids, 15 for pensioners and 20 for adults.