Three early-music sopranos, in a trans-Atlantic collaboration, will present a program called "Les Voix Hautes" (The High Voices) at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Church of the Holy Communion, 218 Ashley Ave.
Jocelyn Somerville of the U.K. with be joined by Margaret Carpenter of Charlotte, and Tina Zenker Williams of Savannah.
They will be accompanied on organ and harpsichord by Somerville's father, Murray Forbes Somerville, former university organist and choirmaster at Harvard University and director emeritus of Music City Baroque in Nashville.
Jocelyn Somerville is a graduate of Royal Holloway College and a choral scholar in the choir of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London.
Carpenter earned her master's degree from Cambridge in the U.K. and attended St. Peter's Choir School at the University of North Carolina-Greenville.
Williams is a soloist with the Taylor Festival Choir in Charleston and a graduate of Orlando Deanery Girls Choir and Georgia Southern University.
They will perform music of Monteverdi, Handel, Purcell, Rossi, Vivaldi and Bach.
Admission is free, though a free-will offering will be accepted.
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