, an innovative Belgian classical music festival that leverages the power of classical music to engage new audiences, has introduced a new video campaign called The Classical Comeback which fuses classical music with modern visual stimulation. They did so by hiring a contemporary director to create a music video for a hundred-year-old composition.
The first video was shot by director Raf Reyntjens in South Korea and it partners Dvorak's Symphony No. 9 Allegro con fuoco with a troupe of sexy South Korean twerkers. It's bizarrely beautiful, and darkly Kubrick. It's so damned crazy that it just might work.
Read more about The Classical Comeback here