Internationally-renowned opera performer Richard Lane has dubbed Wingecarribee Vocal Muster as the "musical sporting club" of the Southern Highlands.
In a sports-dominated shire, the performing arts program has established itself as a popular activity, with numerous singing opportunities for young people.
Chances to learn and grow will continue this month, with a virtual masterclass program.
This will run from Thursday, April 16 to Friday, April 24.
Mr Lane said the classes came at no charge, as the Wingecarribee Vocal Muster had been registered as a charity.
"The most important thing is we're not charging [participants], in light of so many people struggling financially at the moment," the founder said.
"Our goal is to champion the arts in the Southern Highlands and to assist kids."
The workshops will be conducted by leading performing arts professionals via Zoom, with a capacity of up to 100 students per class.
Mr Lane said these opportunities helped up-and-coming performers grow.
"We're trying to instill self-worth, self-confidence and a belief in their skills and abilities," he said.
"It's like the kid who plays cricket; the more they play, the better they become."
Visit the Wingecarribee Vocal Muster Facebook page for the room ID and password.
The classes will be as follows:
Thursday, April 16 - Dave Letch discusses breathing and the Alexander technique
Friday, April 17 - John Martin discusses performance
Monday, April 20 - Zoe Carides discusses performance and music theatre
Tuesday, April 21 - Wingecarribee Vocal Muster patron Nicholas Hammond discusses performance and music theatre
Wednesday, April 22 - Steve Balbi discusses contemporary performance
Thursday, April 23 - Andrew Lloyde discusses creative pathway
Friday, April 24 - Chris Phillips discusses navigating performance