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Lovers of classical music can diffuse summer’s heat with some ghostly relief, as The Royal Opera makes its first visit to Japan since 2010 — this time with the spectral pairing of Giuseppe Verdi’s “Macbeth” and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “Don Giovanni.”

The two productions have triumphed at the company’s Royal Opera House home in London’s Covent Garden, and on tour abroad — and the same surely awaits them here, with Sir Antonio Pappano, The Royal Opera’s music director, conducting both.

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