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SUNDAY FEBRUARY 9

. Alban Berg’s was first performed in 1925 following the composer’s service in World War I, yet reviewers of this Met; Mattei sang with “burnished sound and aching sadness”; and Elza van den Heever played Wozzeck’s common-law wife Marie “as a young woman of allure and depth”.

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