“My daughter took lessons from Keely for five years, each one better than the last. My daughter went from singing so poorly that everyone in the house begged her to quit to qualifying for regional competitions several years in a row and being awarded a four-year scholarship to study voice in college. Over those five years Keely was not only an excellent voice teacher but also a very skilled guide through the world of adolescent theater. She gives 110% to her students and is well-respected in the voice/theater community in the triangle. She has all of the talent necessary to help young singers reach their full potential.”
Before I started classes with Ms. Keely, the only place I felt secure singing was my shower. Although I was not interested in learning musical theater and had a completely different music taste than Keely, she searched for songs I would find interesting and would develop my skills as a vocalist. During my four years with this studio, I have not only improved my vocal technique but also my confidence in singing in front of others. Keely has always been supportive and compassionate. She never fails to give the best advice on anything from college decisions to personal matters, and she is always willing to connect you with others who may help. Even if you are not planning on having a career in musical theater or voice, classes from Ms. Keely will be a valuable and beneficial experience.