- AKKU Quintet
- Andreas Tschopp
- Claude Diallo Situation
- Dimitri Monstein Music
- Fischermanns Orchestra
- Florian Weiss
- Ikarus / Ronin Rhythm Records
- Julie Campiche Quartet
- Kalpana Rao Music
- Luciana Morelli
- Luzia von Wyl Ensemble
- Marcel Lüscher
- Marie Krüttli Trio
- Sarah Buechi / Contradiction of Happiness (7tet) /+ Chamber Orchestra
- Simon Petermann
- The True Harry Nulz
Venues & Concert promoters
- FONDATION SUISA
- Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia
- SONART - Swiss musicians association
- The Swiss Performers' Cooperative Society SIG
FONDATION SUISA is SUISA’s charitable foundation for music promotion. SUISA is the Cooperative Society of Music Authors and Publishers. FONDATION SUISA supports projects of composers and music publishers that are related to today’s Swiss and Liechtenstein music-making in all genres.
Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia is a public-law foundation. Pro Helvetia promotes Swiss arts and culture with a focus on diversity and high quality. Pro Helvetia autonomously conducted promotion activities comprise: the artistic creation, the cultural exchange in Switzerland and the cultural exchange and promotion outside Switzerland, among others.
SONART - Swiss musicians association is the professional association of freelance musicians in Switzerland. It represents the interests at political and social level. It advocates for good professional conditions and offers a wide range of services.
SWISSPERFORM is the collective management organisation for neighbouring rights in Switzerland and the Principality of Liechtenstein. SWISSPERFORM manages secondary usage rights, claims against users on behalf the neighbouring rights' owners, negotiates tariffs with the users and their associations and ensures that the relevant fees are collected and distributed to the right holders.
The Swiss Performers' Cooperative Society SIG is the only structure representing the interests of all performers in Switzerland. With some 4,000 individual members, it is one of the largest organizations in the cultural scene in which it has an excellent network of contacts. The SIG has largely contributed to the anchoring of neighboring rights in the Swiss legislation and it continues to defend the strengthening of the rights of all those who perform a work, within the meaning of copyright law (musicians, actors and dancers, etc).