Magic envelops Guadalajara

Magicians from 10 countries come to the city to show their best acts; courses and conferences will be offered at the International Congress of Magic.

"In magic, there are many branches, from cards, coins, devices, there is escapism, illusionism, hypnotism and mentalism, each magician goes by the line or the element that he likes the most"
"In magic, there are many branches, from cards, coins, devices, there is escapism, illusionism, hypnotism and mentalism, each magician goes by the line or the element that he likes the most"

The magic is more than present in Guadalajara and shows the International Magic Congress that will be held in the city from January 29 to 31, with the participation of magicians from 10 countries to show their best acts that have positioned them worldwide.

The Congress that reaches its second edition will also offer shows, workshops, conferences and articles for those who want to start in the world of magic and illusionism, point out magicians Memo Panduro and Miguel González, who say that in Guadalajara the vocation for magic and its derivatives are latent thanks to the fascination, affection and respect that the public manifests when these experts exhibit their skills with cards and coins.

In this edition, personalities such as the Wizard Frank and Rabbit Blas, Chen Kai, "Snake", Javier Natera, Johans Rios, Zimmermann, Karry Lizeth and Oscar Muñoz, among others, will show the professionalism with which the magician is exercised.

"The conference is based on conferences, magic stores come where the magicians are supplied for their acts, there will be magicians from Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Colombia, Spain, the United States and Mexico, they are the best exponents, there will be a show with magic close up with cards and coins, as well as stage, "explains the magician Memo Panduro, specialized in stage magic.

The magician Miguel González points out that in Mexico there is great brotherhood in the community of magicians and experts, in addition to having a great legacy through emblematic figures such as magician Chen Kai, with more than 40 years of experience and who has been a teacher and example to follow for many generations that every January 31 celebrate the Day of the Magician.

"The magic in Mexico has been progressing, before it was very difficult and complicated because you had to study, get books and now this panorama is very open for all the people who want to learn, you can approach and exploit their attitudes to start," says Miguel González, who began his career at the age of 17 with personalities such as the late magician Héctor Córdoba..

via: Informador