HIGHLY-TALENTED young violinist Lily Whitehurst will be returning to the Pembrokeshire stage in November.

Lily, from Tenby, is pursuing a career as a sought-after professional musician after graduating from the Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM) in Manchester.

She is to perform at a top concert in Folly Farm starring Paul Potts, which is being organised by the Rotary Club of Narberth and Whitland.

Lily has played with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, The Halle Orchestra, Sinfonia Cymru and the Jersey Chamber Orchestra. She frequently led the RNCM Opera Concert, Chamber and Symphony Orchestras and was a member of the award-winning Clara Quartet who performed across Europe.

As a soloist, she has won numerous accolades, including the Dyfed Young Musician of the Year and the Bulgin Medal awarded by the Worshipful Society of Musicians and has performed in masterclasses with some of the world's leading violinists.

Lily is currently playing on a 17th century Galiano on loan from Mr Gordon Levy.

Rotarian John Hughes said it would be "a real treat" for the Pembrokeshire concert audience to hear how Lily has developed.

The concert, on Saturday November 4, also features Whitland Male Voice Choir and soprano Sioned Llewelyn from Efailwen.

Over half the tickets have already sold, including all the top-priced £30 tickets. Tickets priced at £25 can be purchased online from Narberth and Whitland Rotary Club's website rotarywales.co.uk and are also available from Dale's Music Shop, Tenby and from the Creative Café, High Street, Haverfordwest.