A MEMBER of “the most talented family in the world” will be returning to Rhyl this month with two more of her siblings in tow for an evening of Liszt, Chopin and Rachmaninov.

Isata Kanneh-Mason will bring her sisters Jeneba and Konya to the Town Hall for the first of the final three performances of Rhyl Music Club’s North Wales International Concert Series 2017-2018.

Isata returns after last year’s performance as part of the Kanneh-Mason Piano Trio - which included her brothers violinist Braimah and cellist Sheku - with an all new, all pianist line-up.

The Nottingham sisters are all from the family who reached the 2015 semi-final of Britain’s Got Talent and earned the accolade of "the most talented family in the world" from music mogul and judge Simon Cowell.

Isata, 21, is an undergraduate at The Royal Academy of Music, studying piano with Carole Presland, where she has been awarded the prestigious Sir Elton John Scholarship. She has even performed with Sir Elton in Los Angeles in

2013 before reaching the piano category final of The BBC Young Musician 2014.

Following in their sister's footsteps, Konya, 17, has won trophies at the Derby and Birmingham festivals, as well as being Very Highly Commended at the Iris Dyer Piano Prize at The Royal Academy of Music 2014 and Jeneba, 15, was voted Nottingham Young Musician 2013 and won the Murs du Son Prize at the Lagny-Sur-Marne International Piano Competition in France, 2014.

The evening’s programme will showcase each of the sisters individually, and will include a particularly intriguing rendition by Isata nof Ravel’s Gaspard de la Nuit, including a reading of the poetry of Aloysius - which inspired the composer- by club member Denis Pithon before each movement.

Isata, Jeneba and Konya will be at the Town Hall at 7.30pm on Wednesday, February 21.

Tickets are £12 on the door, with free entry for accompanied 16s and under.