PCG Artist Development, Visible Music College Launch Hybrid Development Curriculum For Artists

Nashville-based talent development agency PCG Artist Development has teamed with Visible Music College to create an accredited curriculum for developing recording artists, musicians and theatrical performers called PCG At Visible. Artists can earned an Artist Development Certificate, or a Bachelor of Arts in Modern Music. The classes, which launch Jan. 19, 2021, will be offered at all Visible Music College campuses in Memphis, Tennessee; Dallas, Texas; Chicago, Illinois; and Redding and Atascadero, California.

“PCG Artist Development at Visible Music College is dedicated to providing serious development for serious artists,” said Bernard Porter, President of PCG Artist Development. “We strive to provide an environment that promotes physical, mental and spiritual well-being, inspires creativity and the challenge necessary for personal and artistic growth.”

Topics covered include songwriting, vocal technique, keyboard skills, stage confidence, recording, touring and artist health.

Visible Music College’s Founder and President Dr. Ken Steorts was the founding guitarist of Christian hard rock band Skillet, a chart-topping songwriter, and an award-winning music entrepreneur for establishing Visible Music College in 2000, leading the global network of music schools for kids and college students.

“I am stoked to work with Bernard and the entire PCG team of providers to bring Visible’s twenty year history of real artist development in an accredited college setting with an extra level of real world experience,” said Steorts. “We are all excited to combine industry pros in multiple cities, high level academic alignment, along with immediate application and connection for student artists’ long-term success.”


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