The Boston Pops from Fiedler to Lockhart (and even a nod to pre-Fiedler days). The Pops as defined by its famous conductors is an informative and engaging story of this cherished orchestra. Through Arthur Fiedler, John Williams and Keith Lockhart, the Pops mastered the blend of popular and classical works. Historical footage and contemporary video tell the story. The Secret Life of Musicians: Double bassist Joe Hearne pilots small planes • Leonard Bernstein's love affair with the Boston Symphony. In this portrait, we trace Bernstein's story to his childhood in Lowell, his student years at Harvard and his lifelong involvement with Tanglewood and the Symphony. The coming year will be devoted to the centennial celebration of Bernstein's birth and to his enduring legacy. Portrait of Paul Lewis: The piano virtuoso visits the BSO as a guest artist. Learn the secrets of playing Beethoven and watch Lewis as he runs through his repertoire.