ARE you an out-of-this-world opera singer, aged between 21 and 30? Your voice could earn you £2,000.

The Douglas Rees Memorial Young Opera Singer of the Year award was created in 2017, as part of Milford Haven Music Festival.

The prize is designed to help Wales' young talent on their way, from sopranos to baritones and bass.

Last year's winner was counter tenor Kieron Connor Valentine, while in 2017 the title went to Emyr Wyn-Jones.

If you are from Wales, or currently studying in Wales, and think you have what it takes, you have until March 1 to apply.

The preliminary round will take place on Sunday, March 24, at the Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff, with the final at St Katharine's Church, Milford Haven, on Saturday, May 4.

The winner will receive £2,000, with all finalists each receiving £250.

Named after late Milford Haven businessman Douglas Rees, the award was set up by his widow June, who is also founder and director of Milford Haven Music Festival.

Visit to apply.