Scene at Berklee

Snapshots and stories from our campus

A Remedy for Cancel Culture

MacArthur Fellow Loretta J. Ross spoke about toxic internet culture and the virtues of "calling in" instead of "calling out" at a recent campus lecture.

Big Thief Returns to Its Roots

On a Boston tour stop, the indie superstars riffed on sustainable success, artistic integrity, and more during an interview on campus.

Scene at Berklee: Michael Franti

Singer, songwriter, and humanitarian Michael Franti (Spearhead) spoke with students about his empathy-centered approach to songwriting.

Scene at Berklee: Charlie Puth

At a Visiting Artist Series clinic this week, the pop hitmaker and Berklee alumnus talked about his influences and why his latest single, "Girlfriend," is indebted to Berklee.

Scene at Berklee: Noa and Gil Dor

The two Israeli musicians shared their artistic journeys and performed pieces from their new collaboration, Letters to Bach

Scene at Berklee: Billy Childs and Kenny Werner

The two decorated composers talked about their different approaches to creativity and debated which chord sounds the most like hope.