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past shows:

Voices in Prayer and Song from Around the World
Sunday, May 29, 2016 • 2:00pm – 3:30pm
EMP JBL Theatre (Narrative Stage) 
305 Harrison Street, Seattle WA 98109

http://2016northwestfolklifefestival.sched.org/event/6wTy#

michal pearl live
sunday, december 27, 2015
3pm
c & p coffee
all ages, no cover

what a year! come reflect on and celebrate 2015 in a cozy coffee shop with warm acoustic tunes.

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michal pearl live at cafe racer
saturday, october 3, 2015
9pm no cover
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Michal Pearl’s Seattle Debut
Saturday February 1st, 2014
The Tiny Ninja Cafe
3510 Stone Way N
8pm/$5
Singer-songwriter Michal Pearl finally plays her much anticipated debut Seattle concert. Influenced as much by her travel and yoga experiences as by the old folk singers she grew up on, her music has inspired audiences from Montreal to Guatemala. Michal is pleased to share her music and story-telling here in Seattle, her new home. You are warmly invited to this joyous celebration of community, of art, of life, of transition and of adventure.
After enjoying Michal’s delightful solo-acoustic performance, stick around for some booty-shakin’ tunes with…
http://www.reverbnation.com/jjzsoulfunkshun

philadelphia (philly), usa
crossing imaginary lines album preview concert & michal’s moving away party

After exploring solo acoustics in the Slow Album Release and integrating with yoga for the Fringe Festival, Michal Pearl Waldfogel now takes her music project to the next level. Hard at work (okay, and play, too) in the studio, Michal has been recording with a team of talented Philly musicians.

The release of her debut album coincides with Michal’s big move to Seattle, where she pursues studies in naturopathic medicine. As Michal leaves her beloved Philly communities, she leaves behind a piece of herself in the sweet, playful and inspirational sounds of Crossing Imaginary Lines.

You are warmly invited to this joyous celebration of community, of art, of life, of transition and of adventure. And take home a little something to remember it all by: a beautiful, handcrafted lyric book and preview of the studio-recorded album.

Doors at 7:30pm
Acoustic Set at 8pm (with Jodie Kelly, violin; Ev Reheard, harmonies)
Rock Band Set at 8:45 (with Ajinkya Joglekar, percussion; Mark Wolfe, Bass)
And then a dance party!
$8 minimum general admission (includes lyric book and online preview)
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR

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logocuartitoquetzaltenango (xela), guatemala

domingo, 24 de marzo, 15:00 // sunday, march 24th, 3pm
el cuartito café (13 avenida 7-09 Zona 1)

crossing imaginary lines: a musical yoga journey (at the 2012 Philadelphia Fringe Festival)

It takes a sense of adventure, of wonder, and of humor to begin Crossing Imaginary Lines. Join your travel guide, singer/songwriter and yoga teacher Michal Pearl Waldfogel, for an evening of live acoustic music that explores and dissolves limitations in the body and in the life. No yoga experience needed. 90 minutes.

[REVIEWS]
Write up on the Philly Fringe Festival Blog, Crossing Boundaries.

I felt very relaxed at the show! I really enjoyed the message of each song and could relate to most of the experiences that Michal shared with us. It was very meaningful to me. ~I had no idea what to expect! ~I would recommend the show because it was unlike any other yoga class I have been to before. It was the perfect fusion of music and yoga! Sarah Ianacone

Crossing Imaginary Lines pushed the boundaries of traditional shows. Michal’s music is refreshingly unique and inspirational, and the format of the show allows participants to enjoy her tunes and anecdotal banter while doing some light yoga in a totally relaxed environment. The (imaginary) lines between audience and performer were blurred as everyone engaged in the quirky and exploratory experience together. -Ashley Novack

The show really got me to think about the borders and boundaries in my own life with the stories share both between and within the songs. I loved it! – Alon Hafri

I felt relaxed and encouraged on my journey. It was like inspirational, body-nourishing, musical story time!! What could be better?!

Crossing Imaginary Lines is more than a show, it is an experience. I left the show with a glow – relaxed and uplifted. Michal is sweet, authentic, and a real voice for what we can be an become. I was inspired.

It was a creative combination of talent and passion!

The movement, stories, and audience participation made me more fully engaged in the performance, so while I was relaxed and comfortable, I was also much more attentive and present the music. Very enjoyable experience overall.

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