St. Louis, Missouri (PRWEB) May 04, 2012
Vatterott College Ex’treme Institute by Nelly – St. Louis, an innovative music production school, is expanding its focus. Ex’treme Institute has broadened its educational offerings to include more than 30 new performing and visual arts courses in St. Louis. These courses allow students to receive training through hands-on experience and learn from instructors who are well versed in the performing and entertainment arts. Expanded class offerings include theater, video production training, voice lessons in St. Louis, dance, photography classes and painting. Students are able to select courses based on their own interests and desired knowledge.
The Ex’treme Institute is one-of-its kind. It affords students the opportunity to work alongside music industry veterans, performing artists and educators in the creative arts. The new courses help to develop not only musical talents including voice training, music theory and songwriting, but also the production aspects of the music industry such as video production, music management and public relations. New offerings also include courses designed to help students cultivate other artistic interests such as dancing, acting classes, drawing and photography.
“Our goal is to help students acquire technical skills to encourage their personal and professional growth,” says explains Pam Bell, Chief Executive Officer and President of Vatterott Educational Centers Inc. “We want students to explore their creative passion and work with all of their artistic talents as they transition into the performing and visual arts community.”
Classes are enrolling now. For more information about classes, schedules and enrollment visit eibynelly.com or contact:
Extreme Institute by Nelly
800 North 3rd Street
St. Louis, MO 63102
About Vatterott College Ex’treme Institute by Nelly
Founded in 2011 by Vatterott College and St. Louis native Nelly, Ex’treme Institute by Nelly-St. Louis is dedicated to providing those who are passionate about music with the right skills and education to extend their knowledge of recording engineering, production and design. Students get hands on training and the opportunity to work alongside artists, producers and engineers in today’s music industry. To learn more, please visit http://www.eibynelly.com.