Cowra has been treated to the talents of some of Australia's best musicians after the Sydney Symphony Orchestra Fellows held a week long residency in the town.
Following a last minute change of destination due to bushfires, the fellows made their way to Cowra for the first time.
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Following rehearsals throughout the week, the group hosted a masterclass at Cowra High School and St Raphael's Catholic School on Friday morning.
Led by Artistic Director of the Sydney Symphony Fellowship, Roger Benedict, the group showcased a variety of woodwind, brass and strings instruments.
Students were also taught about how the musicians interact with each other when performing, including the importance of eye contact, movement and breathing.
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The orchestra then performed at the Cowra Civic Cente on Saturday afternoon.
It was a crowded house for the performance, with 180 people attending the orchestra.