If exuberance counts for anything then Blacktown Seniors Choir singers will knock 'em dead in their coming performances on television.
Having teamed with Opera Australia for a series of shows last year, the choir has been asked to sing for a TV commercial and invited to audition for Channel Nine's Australia's Got Talent.
Regardless of any fame and fortune to be found by the 35 seniors, choir leader Ken Freeman said the group would enjoy themselves.
"For the people in the choir it really lifts their confidence, makes them feel good and it's really good fun," he said.
The choir was originally established by Blacktown Council and TAFE staff six years ago to get older residents out of their homes and active in the community.
Mr Freeman, who along with wife Marj is an original member, said the choir had brightened the lives of its members as well as the people they sang for.
"It cuts both ways," he said. "We spread joy when we get out there into the community as well, particularly in the retirement homes, where people who you wouldn't think even knew we were there spark right up when we start singing."
Choir members are in their 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s to the group's most senior singer who is 93 "and bright as a button", Mr Freeman said.
With the state celebrating Seniors Week until this Sunday, the choir has two gigs lined up.
On Wednesday they will perform at Rooty Hill Senior Citizens Centre, and will follow that on Thursday at Blacktown Village Green.
For more details call Ken Freeman on 9624 5216.