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Magic Community

School of Magic Arts is a whole community of real magicians. From beginner to advanced, our students support and learn from one another, as well as their instructors. At SOMA, we're all excited about magic, and we love to share.

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Beyond YouTube

There are tons of resources out there on how to perform tricks, but School of Magic Arts encourages our magicians to go beyond YouTube. SOMA magicians are special. They create unique magic, develop a style, and get immediate class feedback from their friends and teachers.

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Stars of the Show

At School of Magic Arts, we succeed when our students have the confidence to go live in front of an audience. Our legendary shows feature our entire school performing together, something you won't find anywhere else. The proof is in the show.

A photo of a smiling girl with long hair displaying a coin at her fingertips.

Magic Community

School of Magic Arts is a whole community of real magicians. From beginner to advanced, our students support and learn from one another, as well as their instructors. At SOMA, we're all excited about magic, and we love to share.

Beyond YouTube

There are tons of resources out there on how to perform tricks, but School of Magic Arts encourages our magicians to go beyond YouTube. SOMA magicians are special. They create unique magic, develop a style, and get immediate class feedback from their friends and teachers.

A photo of a boy wearing glasses showing a ball in his outstretched palm.A photo of a smiling girl with blonde hair floating a rubber band between her outstretched hands.

Stars of the Show

At School of Magic Arts, we succeed when our students have the confidence to go live in front of an audience. Our legendary shows feature our entire school performing together, something you won't find anywhere else. The proof is in the show.

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The Key to SOMA

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What We Know

School of Magic Arts Lead Magicians are professionals in their fields. We have cardsharps, mentalists, coin experts, and more. Our Head Magicians (and SOMA Founders), Annie Montone and Brian Kehoe, are pioneers of narrative magic, stage magic combined with storytelling. With dozens of years of experience, our instructors pass what we know onto the next generation.

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Finding Success

Five Stars

“My son learned a lot a really enjoyed the class. He tends to be shy, but I heard him talking up a storm in the class!”

Gabriel S.
Five Stars

“I loved getting to share my magic with a big audience, and watch my fellow students perform their effects too!”

Mason A., Age 11
Five Stars

“A. has gained so much being a part of your program-self confidence, something all her own, and cool friends and mentors!”

Heather B.
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Look at Us Grow

School of Magic Arts is growing every single day. With students in over 100 cities, the word is officially out. We are so proud to see our students performing in their neighborhoods.