At the beginning of this school year I was shy, unconfident, and an overall scaredy cat. I was, of course, not content with this existence so I took my friends advice and started classes with Keely. At the start I was shy and kind of timid around her, but as the year progressed I got to know her more and my fear started to melt away. By Christmas I was pretty comfortable “acting” in front of her and the class. This led to some progression for me outside of class as well because I began to gain some confidence in my abilities. My stutter is almost completely non-existent now, for I used to stutter during class presentations at school, and I can stand up for myself. I am not completely through the transition just yet, but overall this class has helped me find my voice and begin to nurture it.
“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.”