Young Norfolk musicians geared up for a competition to find the best in the county.

The Norfolk Young Musician Competition, showcasing an array of young talent, returned for it's 30th year on Sunday.

Since being taken over by the Michael Badminton Young Musicians Trust, the competition has continued to be eagerly anticipated by many young musicians.

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Jam-packed with young musicians' performances ranging from piano to bassoon, the prizes included the Michael Badminton String Prize and the Mrs E. Sturgeon Piano Prize, among several others.

Paul Hoskins, Director of Music at the Purcell School, and Jonathan Wortley contributed their expertise to the events of the day.

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Chairman of the Michael Badminton Young Musicians Trust, Jonathan Wortley has been involved every year as accompanist in the early events, and Assistant Adjudicator.

The Michael Badminton Young Musicians Trust which was established in 1998 by his close friend the late Michael Badminton has benefited hundreds of children through events run by the Trust as well as individual financial support for string players.

The competition day itself was subsidised by the Trust.