Sophia Edlund is a practitioner-scholar working at the intersection of vocal practice, sound studies, music theatre, literature, and performance science. In her curiosity for the vocal performance situation, she has worked within a variety of genres, researching health and wellbeing for singers as well as singing for health and wellbeing. She is currently conducting her research on Siren song and practices of vocal ir/resistibility at the Drama Department, University of Exeter. Her academic background includes an MA in Text and Performance from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts and an M.Sc. in Performance Science from the Royal College of Music.