Musicians from UCE Birmingham Conservatoire will be playing for their lunch at a top city hotel.
Solo performers will be entertaining diners enjoying Sunday lunch at the Macdonald Burlington Hotel in New Street, with works from famous composers.
Robert Elliot, the hotel's director of sales, said Saturday and Sunday lunch had been re-introduced in the Berlioz Restaurant after a two-year absence with an additional twist.
"We thought it would be a great idea to have live background music to add to the atmosphere instead of simply playing a CD of classical tunes," he said.
"Arts and Business recommended that I contacted UCE Birmingham Conservatoire since it is one of the leading music colleges in the UK to ask if they could supply musicians.
"So far we have had a cellist, violinist and classical guitarist performing and the soloists have received plenty of praise."
Violinist Stella Hartikainen, who is on an exchange scholarship dividing her time between Budapest and Birmingham, will be playing this Sunday.
The 23-year-old said: "There will be a mix of music and most of the pieces will be recognisable. Since this year is the 250th anniversary of Mozart's birth I will be playing some of his well-known works as well as short pieces by Elgar.
"I think this is a lovely venue and is a great setting to hear classical music.
"It also gives students valuable practice performing in front of an audience," she added.
Sophie Winstanley, of UCE Birmingham Conservatoire, said: "This is a great opportunity to hear some of the most talented young musicians currently training in Birmingham."