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neemdog
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Hey all!

Just wondering if you guys know of any well-rounded and highly active magic training programs with an organized course load--sort of like the Tarbell Courses, but more modernized and in-person, or interactive online.

I know Aaron Fisher has a program, but I'm talking about something more well rounded to include teachings in all facets of magic.

Thanks!
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Look into John Carney's program. It may be more to your liking.

http://www.carneymagic.com/store_books.html

John's a great teacher.
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Try Tyler Erickson at http://www.tylerteach.com


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It's a surprise to me that with the sheer number of conservatory subjects and programs taught in the states, there's no 4 year magic training program. It seems that any training which is available is individually run.
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And of course there are camps like Tannen's Magic Camps, but I'm just wondering if there's something a little more intense out there--year long, headstrong commitment, maybe graded with official certificate. I just feel that if something like this existed, it would turn the whole game around.

Without a doubt in my mind, Magic is an artform just as valid as any I've come across in conservatory degree programs around the US.
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This is one other course out there:

http://chavezcollegeofmagic.com/courseOfStudy.html
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On 2014-01-03 21:57, 55Hudson wrote:
Try Tyler Erickson at http://www.tylerteach.com


Hudson


Tyler is excellent !

you can also look into : http://www.encyclopediaofmagic.com.au/library/
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Also, Jeff McBride's Magic and Mystery School.

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With all these suggestions, just wondering to what extent people feel that learning magic in a classroom like setting is effective?

Would love a discussion going on this.
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For family and kids entertainment check this course out. Julian has 4 free videos that take you through what to expect.
http://www.magic4children.co.uk/julian

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On 2014-01-05 14:11, 55Hudson wrote:
Also, Jeff McBride's Magic and Mystery School.

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