YOUNG musician Lydia Wyatt (pictured) hit all the right notes to scoop six awards in the Holmfirth Music Festival.
The 11-year-old from Rastrick picked up three piano prizes and another three for flute playing.
Her mother Helen said: “She loves music and is very dedicated – practising for an hour and a half every day.
“It’s really nice to see her rewarded for her hard work.”
Lydia demonstrated her talent in the competition in Holmfirth Civic Hall last at the weekend.
Among her awards was the Winifred M Brook Trophy for best pianoforte for her performance of a Haydn sonata movement.
Lydia also took the Director’s Cup for the best overall performance, for her flute recital of John Rutter’s Suite Antique.
She is taught by Longwood woman Nikki Warrington and piano by Paul Feehan of York.
The Rastrick High School pupil plays flute in the Dewsbury Music Centre’s Senior Wind Band.
Helen said: “She would love to play flute in a big orchestra one day.”