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flutist Mark Sparks with pianist Peter Henderson as in their new CD, “French Album.” $20 general, $10 students, free for children 12 and younger; 3 p.m.; 1112 E. Broadway; 573-825-0079; www.odysseymissouri.org

NOVEMBER 12–16 The “We Always Swing” Jazz Series presents The New New York Standards Quartet featuring pianist David Berkman, drummer Gene Jackson, saxophonist Tim Armacost and bassist Michael Janisch. The show takes place at Murry’s. From $20; doors open at 2:30 for 3:30 p.m. show & at 6 for 7 p.m. show; 3107 Green Meadows Way; 573-449-3009, ext. 1; www.wealwaysswing.org

NOVEMBER 12–16

“The Orphan Sea” is a story of us, here and now, and the story of who we once were. It is a tale of those who cross rivers and seas and those who wait for them. Told in poetry, song, film and dance, this play is for anyone who dares to dream. The Missouri Arts Council provided financial assistance for this performance in MU’s Rhynsburger Theatre. $12, $10 for faculty, staff, students & seniors; 7:30 p.m. & 2 p.m. Sunday matinee; 129 Fine Arts Building; 573-882-PLAY (7529); www.theatre.missouri.edu

NOVEMBER 14–16  The Stephens College Senior Dance Concert is a culmination of personal dance experiences reflected in the choreography of graduating dance majors. The concert will feature original compositions created specifically for Stephens’ senior choreographers by composers from the Mizzou New Music Initiative and live music by the Mizzou New Music Ensemble. $8 general admission, $6 students; 7:30 p.m. & 2 p.m. Sunday matinee; 100 Willis Ave.; 573-876-7199; www.stephens.edu/events

NOVEMBER 15  The Grainger Foundation Hunger Run, an annual fundraiser for The Food Bank for Central & Northeast Missouri, moves to a new, runner-friendly course in downtown Columbia. The race starts and finishes at Vida Coffee. The event goal is to raise more than $10,000 for the food bank, which would help provide more NOVEMBER 2014 INSIDE COLUMBIA

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