Englewood pianist Carolyn Enger performs a concert, “Remembering 9/11,” at the Englewood Public Library on Sunday, September 11, at 7 p.m. Pieces include Sean Hickey’s “The Birds of Barclay Street,” composed in response to 9/11; Aaron Copland’s “Our Town;” a patriotic tribute in honor of Englewood, and works by Schubert, Mendelssohn, Zemlinsky, Arvo Pärt, and Beethoven. Ms. Enger’s latest work, “The Mischlinge Exposé,” pays tribute to her father, Horst Enger, who survived forced labor and the Holocaust as a mischling (a term used for half-Jews and converts) in Germany. www.mischlingexpose.com. 31 Engle St. (201) 568-2215.