Centro Culturale Chiasso: a beacon of culture at the southern tip of Switzerlandmore
“House of Religions – Dialogue between Cultures”: an association promoting peaceful dialogue between religious communities and within societymore
The Maison Blanche Association: reviving a cultural landmark of national importancemore
A mountain village celebrates musical artmore
Promoting young theatre talent in Switzerlandmore
Supporting the next musical generationmore
Sound explorer from Toggenburgmore
Coming to grips with the questions of our timesmore
Exemplary – even for the Tate Modern in Londonmore
Patron of Ticino Culturemore
Preventing and fighting illiteracymore
Swiss Foundation of Publications for Young People: Literature for school classes in four national languagesmore
For his courage as a publicist with a continuously differentiated view.more
To the author Werner Wüthrich, performing arts scientist, for his research on Berthold Brecht.
For his contribution to the Swiss film scene as a freelance scriptwriter, film director and producer.
For giving young people the opportunity to serve as film critics.
For his performances as organ soloist and champion of profane organ music at sacred venues.
For developing a quality, affordable chamber opera concept.
For his efforts to make his private library of unique scientific volume available to the public.
For his extraordinary creativity as an exhibition designer.
For developing pedagogical concepts that introduce children to the cinema.more
To Martin Latter for his pioneering educational program for multicultural classes.
For the creation of the international art magazine “Parkett”.
For outstanding management of the Zurich Opera House.
To Rudolf Baumgartner, founder and director for 40 years.
For the courageous promotion of the uncensored word in their monthly magazine.
For establishing the archiving and the restoration, the preservation and lending of historical films.
For the establishment and leadership of this academy for exceptionally talented string musicians.
For creating a tropical garden reserve to demonstrate the wonders of nature.
For artistic excellence in film-making.
For a pioneering institution to organize concerts by young musicians.
Founder of the Zurich Opera House post-graduate academy for young opera singers.
For their efforts to maintain standards for authentic flamenco dancing.
To Willy Hans Rösch for establishing a home for needy senior artists.
To volunteers who mark and maintain Switzerland’s extensive network of hiking trails.
For pioneering documentary films.
To Henry F. Levy offering studio space to up-and-coming artists.
For the initiation of an international dance competition to promote the art of choreography.
To Dimitri, mime and founder of an academy and theatre of mimes.more
To Edmond de Stoutz, founder and director of the Zurich Chamber Orchestra.