Emma impressed the panel of judges with her performances of repertoire by all female composers: Kokopeli by Katherine Hoover and Concertino by Cécile Chaminade. Her prize is £4,000 - and the chance to record her winning performance, as well as a short work especially composed by Sir Karl Jenkins, in a London studio and see it broadcast on Classic FM.
The joint-runners up - another Purcell alumna, Margarita Balanas (cello) and Tabea Debus (recorder) - each received a cash prize of £500. All three prize winners are currently studying at the Royal Academy of Music in London.
Read more on the Classic FM website.