This Saturday night the City of Orange Brass Band will perform a collection of songs which have at one point been stuck in almost everyone's heads.
Members of the band's three sections will come together for A Night At The Movies, a recital featuring music made famous at the cinema.
The recital will include the training band, which is made up of young people between the ages of 8-16, the main brass band and a small ensemble.
The 60-strong group will perform many classic movie songs, including the themes from Rocky, The Lord of the Rings, Aladdin, Donnie Darko, Mamma Mia, The Man from Snowy River and Star Wars.
Numbers for the young members have grown in the last six monthsDerek Johns
Joining the band for the special performance will be Matthew Tubman, a renowned trumpeter who started his career in the city.
Now living in Melbourne making a living as a professional musician, Mr Tubman has toured the world performing for audiences.
VIDEO: The band practice ahead of a recital in the park:
Having gotten his start with the Police and Citizen Youth Club band in Orange, the theatre musician has a background in jazz, Latin, big band, brass band, cabaret and orchestral trumpet.
The former Orange resident was a member of the Royal Australian Navy Band for a year where he was predominantly employed as a commercial lead trumpeter and feature soloist.
He has also been a regular musician on the West End in London and has performed with artists including James Morrison, Dami Im and David Campbell.
City of Orange Brass Band member Derek Johns said having someone of that standard performing with the band lifted the performance of the every musician.
He said the hard work of Megan Hodson, who will conduct the performance on Saturday night, has also contributed to a boost in enthusiasm, particularly among the young musicians.
"Numbers for the young members have grown in the last six months," he said.
The band will announce its new conductor at the Night At the Movies recital at Kenna Hall on Saturday night - tickets are available at the Hill Street venue.
For those who can't make it, the band will perform a free recital in Cook Park on Sunday from 1pm.
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