Cowra High School, Cowra Public School and Holmwood Public School are among 32 Western NSW schools who have been selected for this year's Schools Spectacular.
Cowra High School students are set to take part in Aboriginal and combined dance.
Cowra Public School students will be in the combined choir and combined dance ensembles while Holmwood Public School students will feature in the combined choir.
Musicians, including members of the 100-piece symphony orchestra, stage band and Millennium Marching Band, will be announced closer to the Schools Spectacular.
Schools Spectacular Creative Director, Sonja Sjolander said that this year's theme, STARS is a tribute to everybody involved in the Schools Spectacular.
"In the Schools Spectacular, everyone is a star," Ms Sjolander said.
"We are recognised as the biggest performance of its kind in the world, and to attain this success everyone has to shine in their role.
"Together we shine brighter.
"We are all stars, whether we are the performers on stage, backstage, crew, the dedicated teachers who make everything happen for their students or the parents who devote countless hours ensuring their children have this wonderful opportunity to star in the Schools Spectacular."
Ms Sjolander said local performers will join 5500 performers drawn from public schools across the state.
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The galaxy of talent includes 40 featured performers, an incredible 100-piece symphony orchestra, stage band, 2,700-voice choir, 2,300 amazing dancers, the D'Arts Ensemble disability program, the Aboriginal Dance Company, puppets and an indispensable behind-the-scenes team.
In the true spirit of variety, the fast-paced show will transition through a colourful choreographed kaleidoscope of music from pop and hip hop to the classics, from a crescendo of massed voices to stunning solos, and a full spectrum of dance styles.
Four performances of the Schools Spectacular will be staged at QUDOS Bank Arena on Friday, November 22 (11am, 7.30pm) and Saturday, November 23 (1pm, 7.00pm) and will be later broadcast across Australia on Channel 7 networks.
Tickets, available through Ticketek, are already selling fast so now is the time to secure your preferred seats.
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