Katelyn MacIntyre does it all. Not only is she an award-winning soprano and scholar, she is an accomplished horseback rider, competes nationally in ballroom dancing and clogging, is a motivational speaker, raises poultry, and was a Fulbright Scholar Finalist in 2013. MacIntyre also happens to be blind, but that does not hold her back from accomplishing her goals. Her inspiring story is a testament to her unending energy, her insatiable curiosity, her desire to express herself, and her determination to constantly challenge herself with new activities.
Music in Her DNA
MacIntyre discovered her musical talent early on, beginning with piano studies at six and then later learning guitar. In fact, she comes from a very musical family. MacIntyre, along with her mother and two older brothers, formed the MacIntyre Family Singers when she was young.
“My parents tell me I was singing my ABCs at one year old, and I haven’t stopped singing since,” the singer says. “At three...
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