Brianna E. Robertson-Kirkland is a Lecturer in Historical Musicology at The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and is the Lead Research Associate for the AHRC-funded project ‘The Edited Collection of Allan Ramsay’ at the University of Glasgow. She is the Principal Investigator for the Royal Society of Edinburgh-funded project, Scotland’s Singing for Health Network. She has been a Visiting Fellow at Chawton House (2017) and the University of Sydney (2017 & 2019), with her most recent visit culminating in several practice-based, collaborative performances between Scotland’s Concerto Caledonia and Melbourne’s Evergreen Ensemble. Her research has fed into the historically-led album Curious Caledonians (2020). Recent publications include Venanzio Rauzzini and the Birth of a New Style in English Singing Scandalous Lessons (2022) and Allan Ramsay’s The Tea Table Miscellany (2023) co-edited with Professor Murray Pittock.