KeyToSong - Everybody Can Learn to Sing

It is a wide-spread belief that when it comes to singing, there are only two types of people – those who can sing and those who cannot. Utilizing KeyToSong method, any person regardless of his or her singing skills, previous experience or age, can make progress in singing. KeyToSong is unique in helping especially those who have problems in singing in tune and who doubt their possibilities to learn to sing.

The method is based on an academic Finnish research. KeyToSong pedagogy brings joy, happiness, togetherness, well-being, spirituality and richness to life through singing!

Visit us in Helsinki, Finland! We are located in the city centrum Lapinrinne 2.

Contact us: keytosong at keytosong.

Much More Than Just Singing

Singing is a great activity that simultaneously improves one’s quality of life in many ways. Additionally modern research and  profound experience shows other benefits such as:

• Development of vocal performance, body posture, breathing, self-expression and performance skills

• Alleviation of stress and depression

• Improvement of team working skills

• Helping to regulate mood and vigilance

• Assisting people suffering from neurological conditions such as different memory disorders, Parkinson’s Disease and Aphasia

• Strengthening of social bonding among senior citizens who may suffer from loneliness

• Supporting language learning, concentration, and co-operation skills among children.

KeyToSong is a Mind and Body Workout System for Everybody!

See the scientific papers in English:

Numminen, A., Lonka K., Raunio A. P. & Ruismäki H. 2015. Singing is no longer forbidden to me – it’s like part of my human dignity has been restored.’ Adult non-singers learning to sing: An explorative intervention study. The European Journal of Social and Behavioural Sciences EJSBS Volume XII (eISSN: 2301-2218).

Särkämö, T., Tervaniemi M., Laitinen S.,Numminen A., Kurki M., Johnson, J.K, & Rantanen,P. 2013. Cognitive, Emotional, and Social Benefits of egular Musical Activities in Early Dementia: Randomized Controlled Study. The Gerontologist, September, 5. by guest on September 5, 2013