NYC Mayor Officially Proclaims Today As “Chamber Magic Day”

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Tonight marks my 5000th performance of Chamber Magic, and I’m not the only one thrilled to celebrate. The NYC Mayor’s Office issued a proclamation that today, October 6, 2017, is officially “CHAMBER MAGIC DAY” in the City of New York. Thanks Mayor Bill de Blasio!   Here is the text of the mayoral proclamation: OFFICE OF THE […]

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ANNOUNCING CHAMBER MAGIC’S NEW HOME: LOTTE NEW YORK PALACE

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Sixteen years ago, I launched Chamber Magic in a private suite in New York’s legendary Waldorf Astoria hotel. More than 500,000 guests have attended from around the world, and the show is regularly sold-out months in advance. TripAdvisor ranks Chamber Magic as one of the top ten theatrical shows in New York, including all of Broadway. […]

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Luxury Listings Magazine – Feature Story

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Now you see him A view of the Waldorf Astoria’s transformation as seen through the eyes of its resident magician by ISABEL SCHWAB On a recent Saturday night at the Waldorf Astoria, a crowd of dressed-up New Yorkers and tourists watch in amazement as a man attempts increasingly daring tricks. From a single teapot, magician […]

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Chamber Magic Luxury Playing Cards: Tycoons

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My latest project is finally complete! After a year of planning, I’m proud to announce the release of my new ultra-luxury deck of playing cards. Think Federer’s tennis racket, Baryshnikov’s dance slippers, Perlman’s violin. For a close-up magician like me, an essential tool of the trade is a good deck of cards—and none measured up. […]

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Magician to the Rich

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Steve Cohen knows lots of neat tricks, like how to get hired by people with deep pockets. On a recent night at the Waldorf Towers Hotel in Manhattan Steve Cohen was casting a spell over the room. Primped up in a tux and horn-rim glasses, Cohen, 37, sidled up to a few people and asked […]

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