Programme

22/08 18:00
The festival starts already before the first note of the opening concert! Tune in to Klara and listen to a preview with artists and other chat show guests. Presented by Nicole Van Opstal.
22/08 21:00
In what kind of world did Monteverdi live as a youngster? Who were his musical models, colleagues and competitors?
23/08 10:00
Year after year Laus Polyphoniae and Musica present the most promising young music ensembles that apply themselves to historically informed performance practice.
23/08 15:00
The shift from Renaissance polyphony to early baroque monody in Italy is one of the most important upheavals in western music history.
23/08 18:00
Faithful to custom you can enjoy a well-assorted festival menu (entree + main course) before the evening concerts in AMUZ.
23/08 20:00
The shift from Renaissance polyphony to early baroque monody in Italy is one of the most important upheavals in western music history.
23/08 22:15
What happens when you bring together the world of jazz and that of Monteverdi? Is there a musical meeting point where both can fuse? Ensemble La Venexiana proves there is.
24/08 10:00
Year after year Laus Polyphoniae and Musica present the most promising young music ensembles that apply themselves to historically informed performance practice.
24/08 18:00
Join the fun-loving company on Sunday 24, Monday 25 or Tuesday 26 August between 6:00 p.m. and 10:15 p.m. for a picnic in the garden of Peter Paul Rubens.
24/08 18:00
Faithful to custom you can enjoy a well-assorted festival menu (entree + main course) before the evening concerts in AMUZ.