Mira Davis is a student in the H. L. Miller cantorial school at the Jewish Theological Seminary. While in school, she has served as the cantorial intern at Congregation B’nai Amoona in St. Louis, as well as at the Brotherhood Synagogue in Gramercy Park. Mira recently graduated from Columbia University, where she majored in music with a specialty in vocal performance. Mira became interested in music and theatre at an early age. She joined her first choir at her synagogue — Congregation Agudath Israel in Caldwell, NJ — when she was six years old and later joined the choir at her high school. She was also a member of HaZamir: The International Jewish Teen Choir, as well as the HaZamir Chamber Choir.
While at Columbia, Mira joined two Jewish choirs in New York: Zamir Chorale and Zamir Noded, for which she currently serves as a peer coordinator. She has sung solo at Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall, as well as on the Metropolitan Opera stage.