Michel Pascal 2021 Christmas Eve Concert at Carnegie Hall

Christmas Eve Concert 2021 Carnegie Hall New York with Michel Pascal

This year Michel Pascal will perform for the 5th time at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall alongside world-renowned musical director and keyboard player of Earth Wind and fire, Myron McKinley.

Michel Pascal returns to Carnegie Hall for the first time since the COVID-19 shut-down.

The dynamic, spiritual performer, Michel Pascal, incorporates his voice and improvises the sounds of various instruments, including the trumpet, harmonica, and drums, to create a high-energy show.

The performance will include classic Christmas songs like Ave Maria, Gloria, Jingle Bells, and more in a unique style that blends jazz titles like Over the Rainbow and Smile with never-heard-before arrangements. Pascal will add unique touches like playing the traditional Sanskrit mantra Om Mani Padme Hum.

Healing a community requires having a space where sharing and connecting is promoted, which was very limited during the pandemic. This year, we need to experience an unforgettable moment, one that catalyzes deeper healing and inspires hope, especially for marginalized communities. After experiencing devastating loss as a country, our hope is that this Christmas concert will help reignite smiles, reawaken peace, and recharge our communities. 

The 2021 Christmas Eve Concert at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall in NYC with Michel Pascal and Myron McKinley will be the event where communities gather together to feel unity and experience joy with music that heals. 

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Michel Pascal is a transformational and spiritual multi-talented artist, meditation teacher, singer, composer, photographer, film director, and author dedicated to supporting underserved populations – including LA’s hardened population of parolees. 

Watch a prevue of the most recent concert at Amity Foundation in LA with Michel Pascal and Myron McKinley

Michel has performed in Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall since 2016, offering most of the seats to underserved populations in NYC. This 2021, the same offer is being extended to underserved communities. For this reason, we have joined efforts with c3: Center for Conscious Creativity to open a space for your support.

Michel’s latest work includes the “We are never alone film”, a story about suicide prevention and recovery, with the support of the Chopra Foundation.

Listen to Michel Pascal’s “We are never alone” song:

Michel is also the creator of a free of cost App to help people to feel better, Mind Dive. Available for free download on Android and Apple. And, Mental Help, a video program specifically designed in English and Spanish for underserved populations to access a service that was initially only available to a few. 

The lineup of musicians for this year’s incredible Christmas Eve concert are:

Michel Pascal: The Medicine Voice.

Myron McKlinley, Music director and keyboardist of Earth Wind and Fire. 

Paul Pesco, Guitarist of Steve Winwood, Joan Baez, Cher, Whitney Houston, Al Green, Mariah Carey, Hall & Oates, Annie Lennox, Jennifer Lopez, Alicia Keys, and too many more to name here. 

Dr Karen Olson has advanced degrees from Juilliard, Yale, and NYU. She is a violist with eight CDs, has been on the top-10 of four Billboard charts and has won multiple awards. She is a member of The New York Pops with regular appearances at Carnegie Hall. She has shared the stage with superstars Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Liza Minelli, Roger Daltry of The Who, Sarah McLachlan and many many more.

This Christmas Eve music concert will come along with a celebrated woman who is a true inspirational speaker

Tera Herman, Social entrepreneur, Jewelry designer, creator of Mahendi, a brand that masters artisan products that safeguard the life of women and girls around the globe. Believing that helping others communities grows her company donate a portion of proceeds to organizations who work for women rights. Members of the ethical form in London.


This Christmas Eve concert is happily associated with c3: Center for Conscious Creativity, Contributions in support of Michel’s Pascal Christmas Eve Concert at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall are payable to C3 and are tax deductible. Our goal is to raise $30,000 to deliver the best event for marginalized communities. If your donation is $1,000 and above, we can save you a complimentary seat at Carnegie Hall. Please contact us to make a reservation. 

Your donations will help provide travel, lodging, and promotional materials to contact the Foundations in NYC to ensure the participation of each folk. It also includes gift bags to each participant, venue operation, instrument rentals to offer the most amazing Christmas gift to affected communities who do not have the opportunity to have a proper Christmas celebration.

Michel Pascal Inc.’s heart mission is to provide people the understanding that when we calm the mind, we are building the foundation to a happy life. In this mission, Michel Pascal has become the meditation teacher to prisoners and parolees who attend the Amity Foundation program, providing his teachings to at least 20,000 people in 35 sites that the Amity Foundation has in California and Arizona. Michel will be expanding his program to foundations alike in London, Guatemala, El Salvador, Mexico, and many more, with his newly produced Mental Help. Mental help is a free video program specifically designed in English and Spanish for underserved populations to have access to a service that was initially available to only a few. 

Your gift is 100% tax deductible.

Please Donate!