The quartet Rome Arca has added some spunk to the classical music genre with its latest bold and bright neon music video. Just under 10 minutes, the musical display is almost akin to a short film, and has been appropriately named Ghosts and Flowers.
The Rome Arca neon music video exhibits outrageous talent with the group's choice of song. Handel's Halvorsen Passacaglia is considered to be an incredibly challenging tune among concerto buffs. What makes Ghosts and Flowers even more unique though is the set design and costume pieces. Ginormous wooden instruments are offset by wild pink and yellow neon dresses and enchanted fluorescent fields, a style that must have required a lot of dedication to produce.
On top of the evident talent displayed, the Ghost and Flowers neon music video also displays a fresh approach to classical performances. The industry can be perceived as exclusive to the musically apt who possess a knack for instrumentals. However, Rome Arca's production has displayed classical music's affinity for fashion, design and presentation.
Rome Arca's Neon Music Video Opts for a Bold Wardrobe and Set
Jordy E — March 14, 2012 — Pop Culture