Florence Brady

Florence Brady is a LAHP Doctoral Studentship Holder. Her PhD explores mechanisms of communal worldmaking in the UK-based natural voice singing movement through a feminist posthumanist lens. 

Florence received a BA in English Language and Literature from the University of Oxford, and holds an MA in Acting and Performance Practice from Rose Bruford. Her research interests include: voice; queer, feminist and posthumanist ontologies; intercultural performance practices; experimental music theatre; and modes of collective creation. 

Alongside her PhD, she is a singer with the electronic-folk collective Remorae, and is part of SCRUM Theatre, a London-based charity organisation finding ways to provide workspace and supportive community for freelance theatre artists.



Brady F (2024), How to teach a puppet to sing: exploring posthuman perspectives on the ‘natural’ voice alongside The Walk (2021), Music Education Research, 26, 1–11 [DOI].


Remorae (2024), Flourish in Green [EP] [Spotify link].

Faculties / departments: Research


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Research supervisors

Dave Camlin

Mary Stakelum


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Florence Brady

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