Prix Walo

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Prix Walo awarded to Artur Beul for his life's work, 1995

The Prix Walo is the most important award in Swiss show business. It is known as the "Swiss Oscar".[1]

Awards since 1994[edit]

Honorable - Walo - awards[edit]

Award: public preferred artists[edit]

Comedy/cabaret[edit]

Newcomer[edit]

Pop/Rock[edit]

Radio-, TV- and Filmproductions[edit]

Actors on TV and film[edit]

Popular hits/ (folkmusic), popular swiss country music[edit]

Other categories[edit]

In these categories the award is not given every year or is no more given:

Artists (Clowns), (Cirkus)[edit]

Country/Blues/Roots[edit]

Dance[edit]

DJ/Hip Hop[edit]

International success[edit]

Jazz/Gospel/Boogie-Woogie[edit]

Writers for TV, TV-moderators[edit]

Music award[edit]

Pop[edit]

Rock[edit]

Popular hits / french "Chanson"[edit]

Cirkus, Theater and Musical[edit]

Special events[edit]

References[edit]