Three Mitchell Conservatorium students will participate in a four-day program this week under the guidance of world-class musicians.
Conservatorium students Emma Russell, Oscar Stocks and Isabella Taylor will travel to Goulburn and Canberra for a series of tutorials and concerts under the guidance of the Australian World Orchestra [AWO].
The trio are attending the program as representatives of the Regional Youth Orchestra [RYO], an initiative of the Association of NSW Regional Conservatoriums.
Isabella, a Year 9 student at Scots All Saints College, said the program will help further her violin skills.
"I'd like to grow the way I express myself musically, and I'm looking forward to learning from the professionals," she said.
The AWO comprises of musicians from some of the top orchestras around the world, including the London Symphony Orchestra and Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra.
Conservatorium executive director Graham Sattler said the program is specifically designed for students in regional NSW.
"The students always come out of the program surprised at how far they've advanced," Mr Sattler said.
"We're thrilled to provide this opportunity for students as it gives them something to aspire towards."