Hauntingly beautiful with a gravitas behind its meaning that transcends the mere music of mortals
There are brief moments in all of our lives when what is happening to us and around us seems to take us outside of ourselves and we simply know that we need each other.
We simply know that we are all more alike than we are different,” says Egge.
“Now, when our country and much of the world is so divided, these moments need to be recognized. When it’s possible to ‘look into a stranger’s eyes, and see yourself looking back’ and recognize ‘all our differences are nothing in the face of love.’”
Speaking on the collaboration Egge said, “I had the honor and pleasure to perform ‘We Are One’ with The First Unitarian Brooklyn Choir under the direction of choir director and arranger Adam Podd.
It felt like sunlight coming through a prism! My lone voice, supported and lifted by all of theirs.”