Keely Morgan is a soprano, from Mumbles in South Wales. She is a former student of Gower College and now studies at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama (RWCMD) on the Vocal and Opera Studies BMus Hons, under the tutelage of Kate Woolveridge and Suzanne Murphy.
Keely has completed her vocal diploma, Trinity College London Vocal Diploma (ATCL). She has also achieved Grade 8 Distinctions in ABRSM, Trinity College and London College of Music in classical singing, acting and musical theatre.
Keely was extremely grateful to be the 2017 recipient of the Llanelli Grammar School Old Boys and Graig Former Pupils Association Music Bursary and also of the Loud Applause bursary.
Keely has performed as a guest artist with a number of reputable male voice choirs including, Morriston RFC, Morriston Orpheus, The Gwalia Singers and Swansea Male Voice Choir. She has performed in numerous venues such as St David’s Hall for the Welsh Festival of Remembrance, Wales Millennium Centre, Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin and Sint Janskerk – Maastricht. Keely’s choir experience includes BBC National Chorus of Wales, Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama College Chorus and The Ariosa Singers.
Keely was the first applicant to be selected for Camp China 2018 and has taken the role of Drama/Music councillor. She will travel to Qingdao in Summer 2018 for three months to teach music and drama to children.
Keely has appeared in three West End UK musical theatre tours, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Doctor Doolittle, Joseph & His Technicolor Dream Coat, singing alongside Aled Jones and Tommy Steel. Her acting roles have included “Doctor Who’, ‘Loose Women’, ‘Newsround’, ‘Stella’, and ‘Upstairs Downstairs’. She has also appeared in an S4C documentary about the life of opera star Adelina Patti, playing her younger self. Keely is a proud former member of the Youth Musical Theatre UK, and was honoured to take part in the performance of ‘The Dark Tower’, staged in Hammersmith London.
As a member of LARS Keely has performed as a guest soloist at The Brangwyn Hall for the Festival of Remembrance 2016 and 2017, soirees at Stradey Castle and Llanelly House, in the Kidwelly Festival Choir Annual Concert alongside tenor, Trebor Edwards, Margam Orangery for the High Sheriff of West Glamorgan’s Charity Concert. For the past four years, Keely sang at the City and County of Swansea’s Armed Forces Day and Silence in the Square events in Castle Square and performances for Llanelli Rotary Club at their World War 1 Centenary Concert and at their Annual Ball in Stradey Park Hotel alongside Peter Karrie. Keely has also performed with Phantom of the Opera Star Peter Karrie in several of his “Small Halls Tours” concerts playing Christine.