Our spring session of Fundamentals of Magic runs from January 15, 2024 - May 25, 2024. Students will meet once a week in one hour classes to learn the basics of close-up magic performance.
As they level up in the curriculum, they will start to perform in live shows, unlock special workshops, and earn special enamel pins!
The SOMA Fundamentals of Magic curriculum was designed by two professional magicians who are also trained educators. It is engineered to effectively teach the core concepts of stage magic, storytelling, and performance skills.
The engagement! H. had a blast and can’t wait to practice his new skills. The descriptions and oath and history were perfect for a first class. Great content!
for Harrison, age 10
The instructors were fun, personable, and engaging. They made the children immediately feel welcome and exciting. The tricks were age appropriate and rewarding.
for Claire, age 10
My child came out of the class energized and excited to learn magic. the tricks were accessible and the instructor was engaging.
for Alex, age 12
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!
for Sebastian, age 8
Brian and Annie are remarkable instructors who combine their infectious joy for magic with immeasurable patience, kindness, and support for their students. I cannot recommend SOMA enough! Our daughter has gained confidence and learned a new set of skills that will remain with her for years to come.
for Audrey, age 8
My kids loved it. They were able to follow along and learn the magic trick. :)
for Shane, age 9
We offer six courses over three levels. As students progress through the program, the classes become more focused as well as challenging.
Spring Semester classes begin January 15 and run through May 25, 2024. Reserve your spot with a fully refundable (until December 15th) $50 deposit today when you select "Payment Plan".
Studies have found that all students (including those with learning difficulties, behavioral challenges, and physical disabilities) exhibit greater self-esteem scores after studying and performing magic.
In a study of forty people studying magic, all showed significant improvement in both the use of the left and right hands, and their ability to use both hands together.
Teachers report that incorporating magic into their curriculum encourages students to help one another, and increases leadership, socialization, peer relationships, and collaboration.