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Teaching Magic

  • Wisdom, teaching, and inspiration from one of magic's most beloved magicians.
  • Includes 7 previously unpublished and carefully guarded close-up routines, 6 by Eugene and 1 by Lawrence Hass
  • Includes access to 5 videos of Eugene performing his routines.

From the beginning of his illustrious career, Eugene Burger has demonstrated that performing magic is different than presenting a trick or a puzzle. It requires that we genuinely astonish people with an experience of the impossible.

But how can we learn to perform magic that meets this high stamndard? Who can teach us how to do so?

In this book for students and teacher of magic, master magician Eugene Burger explores the path for learning how to perform magic that has exceptional impact for our audiences.

Includes: 7 previously unpublished routines and access to videos of Eugene performing 5 of the routines.

Hardcover: 6" x 9", 182 pages.


Note from Lawrence Hass, October 23, 2017

In early 2017, Eugene Burger and I started working intensely on this book, Teaching Magic. It was sent off to the printer before the diagnosis of his terminal illness, and so it is untouched by awareness of his death, which occurred on August 8, 2017. This book is a poignant testament to an important part of Eugene’s legacy.



Lance Burton:  "His new book, Teaching Magic: A Book for Students and Teachers of the Art, once again reveals why Eugene Burger is one of our most important Magical Artists."

Max Maven: "One of magic's truly great teachers shares his ideas about learning, and the result is a rare case of introspective generosity. Prepare to engage!"

Juan Tamariz: "Thank you, Eugene! Thank you for your shared wisdom and also for always showing us, complete and alive, the thread of Magic Illusion!"

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