Berea's Celebration of Traditional Music has been held annually since 1974 and continues to the present day. The numerous singers and musicians heard on Celebration recordings document the full range of Appalachian music's ethnic, vocal, and instrumental
by Ajay Kalra, 2006 Berea College Sound Archives Fellow.
Focused on analyzing the repertoires and playing styles of the African American performers who have appeared at Berea’s Celebration of Traditional Music since its beginning in 1974.
by Deborah Thompson, 2006 Berea College Sound Archives Fellow.
Focused on the ways race and gender are represented in Appalachian music, especially as this is illustrated over time in events such as Berea's Celebration of Traditional Music.