Pupils from Hillhead High and Jordanhill School were among today's music festival winners.

String quartets from both schools shared the Chamber Music B section prize at Glasgow Music Festival. 

Meanwhile, Paul Docherty walked away having won both the St Mungo Challenge Trophy Certificate and the Grace Dick Memorial Prize. 

The city's annual festival of music, speech, drama and dance was first held in 1911. Each year around 7,000 performers take part in the two-week festival.

Full list of winners 

Modern Woodwind and Brass Solos:

1 Emily Irvine, 2 Raj Bhaumik, 3 Lucy Walsh, 3 Serenna MacLellan.

Woodwind Solos - Open:

1 Raj Bhaumik, 2 Anna Ghiro, 3 Joshua McDade, 3 Lucy Walsh.

Instrumental Recital:

1 Pavel Shatsky.

Chamber Music - Open:

1 Douglas Academy String Quartet, 2 The Duncan Trio.

Chamber Music A:

1 The Massey Trio.

Chamber Music B:

1 Hillhead High String Quartet, 1 Jordanhill School Junior String Quartet.

Chamber Music C:

1 Jordanhill Primary String Trio.

Composition and Invention - Open:

1 Joshua McDade, 2 Angus Friel, 3 Jamie McClenaghan.

Composition and Invention A:

1 Raj Bhaumik, 2 Archie Watt, 3 Hugh Kaliski.

String Solos - Unaccompanied Bach:

1 Chun-Yi Kang, 2 Corin Whitmarsh, 3 Catherine Duncan, 3 Daisy Richards.

Violin Solos G:

1 Mairi Stephen, 1 Olwen Dimbleby Weber, 2 Eva Barr, 3 Olivia Ren.

Viola Solos E:

1 Daniela Herreros.

Cello Solos E:

1 Matthew Clarkson.