Delivering you the world in plain English

Simeon (center) is interviewed by Access Bellingham-Mendon TV (Massachusetts) about the Mendon 350th Anniversary Celebration Concert and Composers Competition in March, 2017.  (Joyce Firth, Chairwoman of the Mendon Cultural Council sits to his left and Moderator Linda Trudeau to his right.)


I am a professional Orchestral Conductor with experience directing symphony orchestras in six languages, in nine countries, and teaching conducting at the university-level at a conservatoire in Milan, Italy.

By applying my theory and method of conducting orchestra rehearsals, I train executives to direct the imagination of an heterogenous group of highly-opinionated specialists with the objective of transforming them into an enthusiastic community of interest.


I am also the Producer and Host Presenter of a weekly trans-Atlantic live television broadcast that, depending on the featured guest, information to be presented and participating audience, has, at times, required me to simultaneously translate spoken & written French, German, Italian and Spanish to the Show’s lingua franca of intercultural English. Yet, by far, the biggest challenge has been to translate foreign information into an attractive, relevant, meaningful and enjoyable “show.”

Likewise, I train executives to prepare and deliver authentically attractive (multi-)media presentations of new information in a language and format that are as accessible as they are meaningful to an intercultural public.


As a public service, I manage weekly communications events that bring people together to share new information:

Since the outbreak of the Covid-19 Pandemic, I have broadcast a live interactive show in which I interview influential public figures. “Vienna Live with Simeon Morrow” is broadcast every Wednesday from 19:00-20:00 Central European Time (1:00-2:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time).

Before the Pandemic, I transformed Vienna into a living, breathing cultural factory for music students from the Liceo musicale ‘Carducci’ Pisa, in collaboration with the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, and traveled to El Salvador to conduct a youth orchestra and chorus situated in a gang-contested neighborhood in the nation’s capital; after rehearsing every day for two weeks, we gave a concert in celebration of July Fourth and were honored by the attendance of the American Ambassador and her Salvadoran counterpart.

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