3/3: Christopher Atzinger at Trinity Cathedral

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Composer Judith Lang Zaimont’s early works were written mostly for piano, which isn’t a surprise, since it was her instrument at Juilliard. But over the past 30 years, she’s written for just about every kind of ensemble (opera, orchestra, chamber, wind, choral), winning top prizes along the way. In recent years, her piano compositions have been getting more attention (for starters, she was the featured composer in the 2002 Van Cliburn competition). A new recording of her piano works, featuring Christopher Atzinger at the keyboard, will be released later this year. In the meantime, you can hear Atzinger perform music from the album at Trinity Cathedral’s Brown Bag series today. Music starts at 12:10 p.m. at Trinity Cathedral (2230 Euclid Ave., 216.771.3630). Lunch is $5 (or you can bring your own); the performance is free. — Michael Gill

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