A conductor for an orchestra is a maestro.
An example of a maestro is the leader of an orchestra.
nounpl. -·tros or -·tri
Origin of maestroItalian from Classical Latin magister, master
nounpl. maes·tros, or maes·tri
Origin of maestroItalian from Latin magister magistr- master ; see meg- in Indo-European roots.
maestro - Computer Definition
(1) (Maestro NT) An earlier name for scheduling software for Windows NT from Tivoli Systems, Inc. When IBM acquired Tivoli in 1996, the program was renamed IBM Tivoli Workload Scheduler.
(2) (Budget Maestro) Business planning and analysis software for Windows from Centage Corporation, Natick, MA (www.centage.com). Centage purchased this flagship product from Planet Corporation in 2002 and made it the centerpiece of its turnkey financial management solutions.
(3) (NFS Maestro Gateway) Software from Hummingbird Connectivity, a division of Open Text Corporation, Toronto, Ontario (www.hummingbird.com) that lets Windows clients access files on Unix servers via NFS.