Simon Murphy works together with festivals, orchestras, halls, recording engineers, radio and television broadcasters, governments, governmental organisations, embassies, corporations, private businesses, conservatoria, music schools and various other public and private partners around the world to achieve his local, national and international musical activities. These activities include international concert performances and music festival events, concert tours, stage, theatre and multidisciplinary presentations, CD recordings, television and radio broadcasts, cultural diplomacy and exchanges, research, documentaries, publications, and educational activities such as residencies, masterclasses, workshops and lectures.

To date, some of these partners have included: 

CDs and Broadcasts
Erdo Groot and Carl Schuurbiers of Polyhymnia International (Baarn, The Netherlands) for both SA-CD recordings and radio recordings/broadcasts 
PentaTone Classics for SA-CD recordings
Marc Broer (Art-Sound and Rebel Studio, Amsterdam) for radio broadcasts and live CD recordings 

Festivals and Series
Leipzig Bachfest 
Händel Festspiele Halle 
Holland Festival Oude Muziek Utrecht (Holland Festival of Early Music Utrecht)
Musikfestspiele Potsdam Sanssouci
Thüringer Bachwochen
Schloss Brühl Haydn Festival 
Roma Europa Festival
Istanbul Music Festival
Muziek tussen Maas en Sluis 
Brezice Festival (Slovenia)
Festival Mitte Europa (Germany and Czech Republic)
Bad Arolsen Barock-Festspiele
Sacharov Arts Festival (Nizhny Novgorod, Russia)
Northern Lights Festival (Norway)
Canberra International Chamber Music Festival (Australia) 
Dr Anton Philipszaal, Den Haag
Vredenburg, Utrecht
De Doelen, Rotterdam
Muziekcentrum Frits Philips, Eindhoven
Oosterpoort, Groningen
Podium Twente, Enschede
De Vereeniging, Nijmegen
Orpheus, Apeldoorn
Felix Meritis, Amsterdam
Bozar, Brussel
Bijloke, Gent
Residenzschloss Weimar 
Palazzo Quirinale, Rome
Sanssouci, Potsdam
Schloss Brühl
Händelhaus, Halle
Schloss Köthen
ABC Centre, Sydney
Getty Center, Los Angeles
Royal Academy, Stockholm 

Radio and TV
EBU (European Broadcasting Union)
Dutch National and International Radio and Television 
RNW (Radio Nederland Wereldomroep/Radio Netherlands World Service)
KLARA (Klassieke Radio Belgium)
DLF (Deutschlandfunk, Radio Deutschland, Kultur)
HR (Hessischer Rundfunk)
MDR (Mittel Deutschland Rundfunk)
RAI (Italian National Radio and Television)
Slovenian National Radio and Television
NRK (Norwegian National Radio)
ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Government and Diplomatic partners
The Dutch Government, Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Culture, Defence and Economic Affairs
The City of The Hague 
The German Government, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The Italian Government, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The Australian Government, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
The US Government, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The Austrian Government, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The Canadian Government, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The Government of Sweden, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The Government of Finland, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Georg Friedrich Händel Conservatorium, Halle
Glinka Conservatorium, Nizhny Novgorod
Het Erasmushuis, Jakarta and ISI and Karta Pustaka, Jogjakarta

For musical Colleagues see link