Tenor classics, Irish favourites and classical delights will all be on show at an upcoming music event this Saturday.
The Holy Trinity Parish and Community Centre will play host to the vocal talents of parishioner William Amer, who will be accompanied on piano by Matthew Bignell.
Amer, a trained tenor with a diverse background in music through various Australian orchestras and opera companies, said the performance will introduce audiences to a different side of music.
"The program will include songs you don't often hear in this day and age, and will double as an introduction to include other musicians interested in building and ensemble," he said.
"I retired to Rockley from Sydney around 10 years ago, and I now feel settled enough to get something up and running."
Amer said his wife, Trish, has played a big role in encouraging him to commence the project.
"I hope to generate some interest in the classical, operatic side of music, so I'm curious to see how this program goes," he said.
The performance will get under way this Saturday from 2pm. A similar performance will follow on Sunday, March 14 at the same time.
Tickets cost $20 and attendance is limited to 40 people. To book, call 0421871348.