You could try the three way colour corrector and just alter the hue of the highlight colour wheel.
Some secondary color correction might work as well.
Thank you Richard and Jim. I have tried using these effects, and they seem quite powerful. Will it just be a case of trial and error?
Most effects are the first time you do them.
One way to do this is to place a copy of the video on the timeline and radically change the levels so that you just have black and white. Worse comes to worse you use a garbage matte to take care of the colors in the clothing. But that flute really messes things up.
Depending on how long the video is, you might want to use Photoshop to create the matte, using a timeline. Then bring it into Premiere Pro and use as a track matte. That way you can use the eraser on the matte on every frame.
If this is a paid commission you may like to consider Red Giants Magic Bullet Looks color grading software which is a plug in for Premiere
Its in a totally different class compared to the standard Premiere Color controls
Magic Bullet wont do this task. It has no secondaries or keying / masking capability.
On the other hand - Da Vinci Resolve definitely has all the tools to do it.
Possibly Speedgrade does as well. ( Dont know because I gave upon it!)
Worth looking at in PPRO would be a duplicate video layer with a grade and then a blend effect (probably screen with opacity)
It would be some trial and error. It always is with composite and fx..
( Dont know because I gave upon it!)
(Same here. Not quite ready for basic work flows.)
However, Colorista II does have a keyer, masks and secondaries.