Musical and life partners Tegan Miller and Assaf Gleizner illustrate the power of connection with their entertaining and captivating performance.

Tegan Miller and Assaf Gleizner are acclaimed music professionals who relocated from New York City to Savannah, Georgia. A multi-genre soprano, Tegan has been fortunate enough to sing all over the world — from Carnegie Hall to the Vatican. She has been directing choirs and teaching voice lessons for more than 15 years and is passionate about student-led science-driven, journey-focused singing. Tegan is the founder of MTC Vocal Academy, a boutique voice studio in Savannah, and the new Spectra Choir, a feminist treble choir.

Born and raised in Israel, GRAMMY-nominated Assaf has been working as a composer, music director, orchestrator/arranger and pianist in New York City and around the world for the past 15 years. His most notable projects include composing and orchestrating the off-Broadway and international tour hits “The Office! the Musical Parody” and “FRIENDS! the Musical Parody” as well as orchestrating and arranging Stephen Schwartz’s 70th birthday concert at Broadway’s Hudson Theatre.

Together, they own and operate the highly successful company Isreally Hummus in Savannah.