'Swoon For The Bells', a concert featuring a series of short musical items, will be held in Holy Trinity Church on Friday night.
The concert is being held to help raise money for the installation of the bells at the church.
Organiser Margaret Balsom said the concert would feature a flute ensemble, and local singers and musicians Jackie Shiels, Meriel Owen, David Woodside, Pauline Arnold and herself, as well as a newcomer, flautist Dennis Dorwick, whose performance should not be missed.
"A lot of people have shown an interest in coming, which is great," she said.
"The name came from the Swoon Series on the ABC, which featured a number of short, attractive classical songs, and this concert will be similar," she said.
"The idea for the twilight concert is for people to come along and have a glass of wine from Cana Winery, enjoy canapes, and relax to beautiful music."
Mr Dorwick moved to Orange late last year, with more than 20 years' experience teaching music in Melbourne and Geelong, and is now conducting and teaching at the Orange Regional Conservatorium.
He has been playing the flute for about 50 years, and was trained in Britain and the United States.
He will perform a selection of songs from West Side Story, including ‘Maria' and ‘Somewhere', and will team up with Jackie Shiels to play a flute duet by Franz Doppler.
"Hearing live music is very special, music isn't complete until it is heard and it is nice to be able to share it," he said.
Other items to be performed include Bach's ‘Sheep May Safely Graze' and songs from The Merry Widow and the Phantom of the Opera.
Swoon For The Bells will be held from 6pm to 7pm on Friday in Holy Trinity Church.
Tickets cost $10 and are available from Boomers Bookshop, the Holy Trinity Parish Office, or at the door on the night.