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His next project was this one with Alan, and then Alan became indisposed, but Alan dealt with that privately.
But the performance boasted an impressive cast, especially a star-is-born debut of a young soprano, Evgenia Muraveva, who replaced an indisposed Nina Stemme in the title role.
The solos by concertmaster Robert Chen and guest principal oboe Cynthia Koledo DeAlmeida of the Pittsburgh Symphony (deputizing for Alex Klein, who was announced as being indisposed) were sensitively taken.
Ping, ping, the wicked witch is dead, or at least currently indisposed.
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