A 14-year-old pianist has become the first ever Scottish Young Musicians Solo Performer of the Year.
Juliet Robertson, from Stirlingshire, won the award after competing at the event held at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, based in Glasgow.
An S2 pupil at Dunblane High School, Juliet started playing piano when she was four-years-old.
She is part of RCS Juniors and has previously competed in Japan, as well as across Scotland.
Her love of piano was inspired by French composer Claude Debussy.
She won the competition by playing Debussy’s Claire de Lune, one of her favourite pieces.
In winning the award, Juliet received £1,000 to spend in furthering her musical career, as well as the Maid of Morven trophy.
The talented teenager will also be given a package of opportunities by RCS, including a coaching session, a masterclass and a studio recording session.
Yuan Wong from Renfrewshire and Ben Dickinson from East Renfrewshire shared second place in the competition.
They were each given £250 to spend on musical activities and a coaching session and masterclass slot at RCS.