Lorain's historic Carnegie Center becomes live music video

ArtSong comes to Lorain's Carnegie Center

LORAIN, OH (WOIO) - Grammy-award-winning pianist Angelin Chang and multimedia specialist Kevin Jackson transformed Lorain's historic Carnegie Center into a live music video Wednesday night.  Chang performed works of Beethoven, Messiaen and Debussy accompanied by Jackson's original video projections.

The ArtSong performance is part of Lorain's FireFish Arts Project which brings art to urban spaces. About 200 people attended, in the newly-renovated Carnegie Center.

In addition to being an award-winning performer, Chang is a music professor at Cleveland State University, and a professor at the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.

Jackson is a freelance visual artist specializing in projection mapping for DJs, concerts and theatre in Cleveland and Buffalo.

FireFish produces a yearly arts festival in downtown Lorain, scheduled for Sept. 17. Last year, about 8,000 people attended to see artists, musicians and visual art installations.

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