The first episode of New Tanglewood Tales: Life On Stage and Off introduces viewers to the five BSO musicians and Assistant Conductor Ken-David Masur, with a special emphasis on BSO cellist Owen Young, who talks about his early experiences at Tanglewood as a Boston University Tanglewood Institute student when he was in high school; violist Cathy Basrak, who works with Tanglewood Music Center students and talks about moving her family out to the Berkshires for the summer and how she came to play in the orchestra; and trumpet player Michael Martin, who performs in the annual Tanglewood Family Concert and talks about engaging kids in the concert experience. The six-episode series will also feature timpanist Timothy Genis, bassoonist Suzanne Nelsen, and BSO assistant conductor Ken-David Masur as they relocate from Boston to Tanglewood, prepare for three BSO programs throughout the summer, and teach at the Tanglewood Music Center, the BSO's renowned summer music academy. This second season of Tanglewood Tales will give viewers a behind-the-scenes look at BSO rehearsals, Tanglewood Music Center coaching, rehearsals, and classes, and other activities the BSO members are involved in each summer. Viewers will get to know each of the featured musicians through one-on-one interviews, as well as group and social interactions. New Tanglewood Tales features Susan Dangel as producer and director, Dick Bartlett as editor, and Russ Fisher as videographer and sound engineer.