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John Copley responds to Met dismissal

The veteran director, sacked by Peter Gelb for an ‘inappropriate’ remark, has posted the following on social media: Just to thank you all for your generous support and loving wishes. This is a very difficult time, helped by you all. Uncle John. Beautiful. Dignified. Human. JC with Renata Scotto
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