Today we recognize two recipients for the Allan Slaight Sharing Secrets Award, which comes with a prize of $10,000 from the Slaight Family Foundation—and yes, engraved iPads, to commemorate this momentous occasion, too.
What did reviewer Jamy Ian Swiss think of it? “The Magic Rainbow is the most profound, extraordinary, and essential works of conjuring literature that I have read in a very long time.”
What a year of magic! As always, we are delighted to have the happy job of announcing the Allan Slaight Awards, and celebrating extraordinary talents in the art of magic. Here is our roundup of the 2019 awards week.
To cap off this amazing week of celebrating magic, we are thrilled—simply delighted—to recognize the “Juan” and only, Tamariz, with the Allan Slaight Lifetime Achievement Award.
In this week’s Take Two, Jamy Ian Swiss showcases one of magic’s all-time greats—Juan Tamariz. Tamariz has had a profound influence on more than one generation of magicians. Find out what makes him so especial.
Happy Holidays! Binge watch and brush up on your Spanish with these new releases in The Screening Room from Juan Tamariz. Feliz navidad!
We are pleased to share a special television performance of The Great Tomsoni & Co. in Spain in the early 1990s courtesy of Juan Tamariz.
René Lavand, from Argentina, performs his signature handling of the classic "Oil and Water" which he titled "No Se Pueder Hacer Más Lento" (or "It Can't Be Done Any Slower").
Chantatachán was a program produced for Telemadrid in 1992-93. We would like to thank Juan Tamariz and Luis Piedrahita for making this content available.