Boyce Lancaster talks with Maestro Albert-George Schram, the resident staff conductor of the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, about how much easier and joyful it is when the symphony and audience can connect. [audio src="http://wosu.org/audio/classical/2006/SpeaktheAudiencesLanguage2.mp3"] Highlights From This Interview: Boyce: "When the audience is drawn to the orchestra, and the orchestra and audience connect, there's a lot of electricity in the auditorium. It has to help you play." Albert-George: "Yes. I think it makes it more meaningful.