albert-george schram

Boyce Lancaster talks with Maestro Albert-George Schram, the resident staff conductor of the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, about new (and old) works that may prolong, or shorten, the lives of orchestras.

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.