The youngsters are taking part in the two-week event which is being held at venues around the city.
More than 7000 young stars will take part in all, giving them the chance to showcase their skills in music, speech, drama or dance to a live audience.
Violinist Laura Ayoub was yesterday's big winner, scooping both the St Mungo Challenge Trophy and the Grace Dick Memorial Prize.
The talented string musician also landed top prize in the String Solos category.
The Festival is organised by Glasgow Music Festival Association, a Scottish charity which promotes and develops participation and interest in performing arts.
Daily coverage will appear in the Evening Times.
St Mungo Challenge Trophy: Laura Ayoub.
Grace Dick Memorial Prize: Laura Ayoub.
Glasgow Grand Opera Society Trophy: Christian Schneeberger
String Solos – Premier: Laura Ayoub.
Art Song: 1 Christian Schneeberger, 2 Michael Doroszenko, 3 Christopher Honey.
Lieder: 1 Michael Doro-szenko, 2 Janet Muir.
Opera Aria: 1 Christian Schneeberger, 2 Michael Doroszenko, 3 Christopher Honey, 3 Elizabeth Anne Jack.
Violin Solos – Open: 1 Laura Ayoub, 2 Kirsty MacLeod, 3 Michael Fu.
String Duets – Open: 1 Laura Ayoub and Kirsty MacLeod, 2 Serena Whit- marsh and Alex Logan.
String Duets A: 1 Isabella Argondizza and Shona MacLeod.
Woodwind and Brass Concerto: 1 Andrew Vettraino, 2 Robin Brandon-Turner, 3 Sarah Alexander, 3 Christopher Vettraino.
Woodwind and Brass Sonata: 1 Richard Scholfield, 2 Christopher Vettraino, 3 Campbell Lang, 3 Andrew Vettraino.