Besides his teaching at The Royal Danish Academy of Music Morten Zeuthen has been guest professor overseas, served in honorary offices and been part of international jurys on many occasions.
Since 1997 Zeuthen has taken part in the Chamber Music Festival “Thy Masterclass”, a wonderful two-week event of international standard with highly gifted young professionals from all over the world. Zeuthen is one of five expierienced international musicians that play together with the young professionals..
He has been the artistic leader of two cellomasterclasses at Engelsholm Højskole and taught at the cello course www.openstrings.com in Lolland, Denmark. He has also been gust professor in Norway, Sweden, Germany, Israel and Chicago, USA.
The last years he has been in much demand as a guest professor in Central Music Conservatorium, Beijing, Middle School, Beijing, Krakow Music Academy, Poland, Hochschule f¨r Music, Karlsruhe, Northwestern University, Chicago, and New World Symphony, Miami.
Zeuthen is teaching on Distant Learning Technology on a regular basis to Maimi and Manhattan School of Music
In recent years he has served in jurys in Det Norske Strykermesterskap, Den Danske Strygerkonkurrence, Øresunds Solist, as well as the UNISA-konkurrencen in South Africa, 2010.
This is a list of prizes and competitions won by students whilst studying with Morten Zeuthen:
Ida Franck, DFM, Århus Symphony Orchestra (1984)
Helle Sørensen (DFM) Radiounderholdningsorkestret 1. solo in 1988
Henrik Dam Thomsen, DKDM: Radiosymfoniorkestret, 2. solo, 1st solocellist 2008.
Jakob Kullberg, DKDM, Den danske Strygerkonkurrence, 3. pris (2005)
Jakob Kullberg, P2’s Kammermusikkonkurrence 1. pris, (2006)
Jakob Kullberg: Tysk Kammermusikkonkurrence, (2006)
Johann Krarup, DKDM Radiosymfoniorkestret. (2004)
Jan Harald Halvorsen, DKDM, Radiounderholdningsorkestret, 2. solo (2000)
Janne Fredens DKDM Ozaka Chamber Music Competition 1st Prize (2003)
Janne Fredens: CD of the Month, The Strad, (2005)
Toke Møldrup, Melbourne Chamber Music Competition 1.st Prize (2005)
Toke Møldrup: Young Talent of the Year, Eoropean Broadcasting Unions competition for young musicians. 2007.
Niklai Skliarevski: DKDM: Sønderjyllands Symfoniorkester, 2. solo (2002)
Katarina Bazanova, DKDM: Århus Symfoniorkester 2. solo, (2001)
Pias Enblom, DKDM: Göteborg Symfoniorkester, (2007)
Carl Oskar Østerlind: 1. prisvinder i P2-prisen med Den Unge Danske Strygekvartet, (2002)