International Young Artist’s Presentation 2024

International Young Artist's Presentation 

Are you part of a dynamic ensemble with a passion for Early Music? Then seize the opportunity now to prove yourself in front of a global audience and the Early Music sector during International Young Artist’s Presentation (IYAP) 2024!

Be guided by the experienced hands of top international artists during an intensive three-day coaching programme. Develop not only your musical skills, but also learn the art of presentation. Shine on stage at AMUZ during the renowned Laus Polyphoniae festival in Antwerp. Tell your story, captivate the audience and leave a lasting impression on a committee of international representatives from the Early Music world. Receive valuable feedback and practical advice from industry experts. The committee consisting of concert organisers, programmers and curators is ready to take your ensemble to new heights.

A collaboration between Musica Impulse Centre and AMUZ (Festival of Flanders Antwerp).

For whom

Young vocal and/or instrumental musicians and ensembles with a maximum average age of 35. If you focus on playing historical instruments or using historical sources (up to 1920), this is your stage!


Coaching: 21-23 August 2024 (opening concert and reception: 20 August 2024)
Concerts in Antwerp: 24 August 2024

Concerts Selected Promising Ensembles 2024

10:00 am – Coloquio 6 (NL)
11:00 am – Concussio Chordis (IT)
12:00 am – Fluctus Ensemble (BE)
2:00 pm – pseudonym (CH)
3:00 pm – Olympe Ensemble (NL)
4:00 pm – Entrebescant (ES)


8,00 euro per concert | IYAP day ticket: 36,00 euro


Coaching: 21-23 August 2024
Concerts in Antwerp: 24 August 2024


AMUZ, Antwerp

International Young Artist’s Presentation 

The International Young Artist’s Presentation (IYAP) gives young artists and ensembles a push into international historical music practice. We supervise the selected vocalists and musicians intensively and have them coached by top international artists. Moreover, they are given a stage during the early music festival Laus Polyphoniae.

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