Joose's singing school

Väsyykö äänesi puhuessa tai laulaessa?

Joosen Laulukoulusta löytyy apu ja laadukasta oppia vuosikymmenien kokemuksella niin laulajille kuin kenelle tahansa puheäänen haasteisiin. Tervetuloa matalan kynnyksen laulukouluun, jossa voit turvallisessa ilmapiirissä löytää ja etsiä äänesi parhaita puolia yhdessä Joosen kanssa.

Haluatko kehittyä laulajana?

Olit sitten kokenut konkari tai juuri äänenkäytön saloista kiinnostunut niin kurssini soveltuvat sinulle.

Your teacher

Born in Oulunsalo in 1981, baritone and vocal pedagogue Joose Vähäsöyrinki is a Finnish lied and oratorio singer. He is known as the soloist of many carol and Christmas albums and as a concert singer.

Vähäsöyrinki began his music studies as an elementary school student playing the flute and he began his vocal studies at the Oulu Conservatory in 2000 under the direction of Raimo Niemikorven, continued in the church music section of the Sibelius Academy in Kuopio under Olavi Hautsalo, and in 2010 he completed his A degree in singing at the vocal music department in Helsinki under the guidance of Timo Honkonen. In addition, he has studied at the Salzburg Mozarteum under professors Wolfgang Holzmair and Kjellaug Tesaker. Angelica Kirchschlager, Jorma Hynninen, Petteri Salomaa and John Thomasson have taught her master classes.

In 2006, in the Kangasniemi singing competition, Vähäsöyrinki achieved a shared second place, when the first prize was not awarded in the competition.

In 2019, Vähäsöyringi completed the Lauluhuone, which he built together with his pianist wife, Ilona Vähäsöyringi, and they have broadcast numerous livestream concerts from there. Joose Vähäsöyrinki is also the founder of Laatusoitin Oy, which restores and sells acoustic pianos and grand pianos.

Frequently asked Questions

Yes! Make a normal course order, but choose "Payment with cultural benefit" as the payment method. After that, make the payment through the culture application and send the receipt/voucher to the email, after which you will receive the link & credentials to the course page within 24 hours of payment.

Payment methods include ePassi, Edenred and Eazybreak and Smartum.



Pay with the ePassi mobile application or by sending
text message: 49904 space and the amount of the course
to the number 050 90 23456.

After payment, send your contact information to and you will receive a link and credentials to the course platform in your email within 24 hours.


Instructions can be found here


The customer receives the voucher on his mobile phone by selecting the location Joose Laulukoulu from his user account / application or by sending a text message the location code to the phone number 18171.

Location code for Eazybreak SMS payments:


You can pay with the SmartumPay application, as a Smartum online payment; search for service provider Joosen Laulukoulu (Joverec oy)

You can pay with Smartum vouchers by mailing them to Lauluhuone, Isonkylänkuja 6, 05720 Hyvinkää. Include your name, phone number and email address.

If you want to pay for the course only partially with the cultural benefit, take the band and I will send a payment link for the rest of the course to your email.

If the cultural benefit is only partially enough to pay for the course and the cultural benefit payment application does not offer the possibility to pay the remaining part separately, contact the band: - I will send a payment link for the remaining part to your email.

You will receive a link to the email address you provided during the payment phase of the course, where you can set yourself a password and log in to the course page. So you can start the course right away! (except with the cultural advantage through payment it may take longer)

During the order phase, fill in the details of the gift recipient in the delivery address contact information, and NOTE that the email address is also the gift recipient's (the order confirmation with the course link goes to the gift recipient).

All material related to the course is at your disposal for one year from the moment the course starts, so you can study and review it at your own pace whenever and wherever you want. You should print/save any material that can be printed for yourself before the right to study expires.