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Laus Polyphoniae 2024

23 Aug 2024 - 01 Sep 2024
Antwerpen, Belgium

Laus Polyphoniae 2024. VOX\VOCES

Laus Polyphoniae is the annual summer festival organised by AMUZ (Flanders Festival Antwerp) and dedicated to the music of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Since its inception in 1994, the festival has grown to become the only and largest festival worldwide dedicated to the European heritage of polyphony. Laus Polyphoniae always upholds AMUZ’s central motto: Historically Informed Performance (HIP). This link with the scientific world, which is a constant breeding ground, ensures that AMUZ is known in the European arts landscape as a sound music and knowledge centre. Besides internationally renowned artists, Laus Polyphoniae also focuses on young up-and-coming talent with, for example, the International Young Artist’s Presentation.

The music enters into dialogue with other art forms such as literature. Laus Polyphoniae also integrates other immovable heritage sites within the city of Antwerp in its activities, such as St. Paul’s Church, St. Andrew’s Church and St. George’s Church, but also the Rubens House, the Elzenveld, Paleis op de Meir, etc.

Every year, Laus Polyphoniae draws 10,000 visitors: from Flanders, but also from the Netherlands, France, Germany and even Japan and the US, music lovers come to Antwerp.

Practical info

Pricerange per day


Main target group

Under 12 y/o , 12 - 16 y/o , 16 - 25 y/o , 25 - 50 y/o , Above 50 y/o

Directions & transport

Car park , Train/tram/bus


City center , Village

Average attendence per day

500 to 2000 attendees

Art disciplines

Heritage , Music , Classical Music , Early Music

Support for disabled people