Albert-George Schram has conducted everything from the Verdi and Berlioz requiems and Mahler symphonies to orchestral accompaniments for such artists as Chris Botti, James Taylor, Art Garfunkel, Kenny G, Vince Gill and Boyz II Men, among others.

He knows the art of conducting and has earned the respect of orchestral musicians – in Dallas, Nashville, Charlotte, Columbus, Louisville, and many other cities in the U.S. and abroad – for his musicianship, efficient use of rehearsal time and knowledge of the conductor’s craft.

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"It has always been a pleasure for me to work with conductor George Schram and to attend his concerts. George is an extremely gifted musician with a fine conducting craft. My collaborations with him have always been refined, sensitive and musically rewarding."

Elmar Oliveira

George Schram is a pro! ... He loves the music and knows what to do with all styles and genres. He respects the musicians and never wastes their time. Most importantly, he communicates comfortably and intelligently with the audience. He is versatile and quick, and best of all, a genuinely nice person, especially for a conductor. I always smile when I see his name on the calendar, knowing we will put on a good show.

Michael Coren
Cellist, Dallas Symphony Orchestra

The Dutch-born conductor Albert-George Schram led the Spokane Symphony (in Mahler’s Ninth Symphony) in playing that burned with fury and torment, and one that sang with tenderness, too … the orchestra responded brilliantly for Schram.

Travis Rivers
Spokane Spokesman-Review