Daryl to Lecture in Augusta

Daryl

Only ONE WEEK AWAY! Go to the Facebook page for this event and click “Attending” for some of the best instruction you will ever get from a seasoned pro!

SAM Assembly #174 and the Maine MagiKings will present a master class and lecture for Maine magicians Featuring Daryl, the Magician’s Magician. The event will take place in Augusta on May 10, 2015. The master class starts at 2:30 with the lecture beginning at 5:00. The location is the Buker Community Center, 22 Armory Drive, Augusta. Full details on the lecture and cost of attendance can be found here.

World Champion magician, Daryl, is known by his peers around the globe as “The Magician’s Magician” because he represents the best of the best in the highly specialized world of close-up magic. Daryl was voted by readers of MAGIC Magazine as one of the top ten most influential magicians of the twentieth century!

Daryl’s sleight of hand technique is flawless, his magic is original and astonishing and his presentations are hilariously entertaining! Daryl has earned just about every major magic award imaginable including a gold medal at the F.I.S.M. World Congress of Magic (which is equivalent to the “Olympics” of magic) and SIX Academy Awards from the world famous Academy of Magical Arts (The Magic Castle) in Hollywood, California!

In 1999 and 2000 Daryl’s New Millennium World Tour saw him performing and teaching his original creations in more than 250 cities, in 25 different countries. But Daryl says “One of the greatest honors of my career was to be selected to perform for the President’s Inaugural Candlelight Dinner in Washington D.C.” Daryl was also a resident headlining act at Caesars Magical Empire at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas for seven years, before settling in the Sierra Foothills of Northern California.

Daryl now concentrates on performing for select private and corporate functions, producing and marketing his original magical creations and instructional DVDs and providing personalized tuition to magicians and magic enthusiasts around the world.

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