This summer, the early music festival Laus Polyphoniae will explore the unique world of adoration, highlighting some fascinating aspects of worship in dozens of concerts.
Laus Polyphoniae takes a closer look at adoration in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. At the religious veneration of God, Jesus, the Virgin Mary and many other saints who were invoked as protectors against disease and calamities. Or the worship of women and lovers in stunning secular madrigals and chansons.
As usual, the festival’s organiser AMUZ has invited the cream of the crop of Belgian and international ensembles, offering talented young artists as well as more established performers a platform. The programme features over 70 concerts in some of the most beautiful locations in the historic city centre, including AMUZ, St. Paul’s Church and the Rubens House. Anyone who is interested in learning more about devotion can do so during the educational activities for children, amateurs and more advanced musicians or during the lectures by specialists.
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