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Hello, i don't know where to place this post, but this is an interesting project i would like to share with you:

Paulino Gil Rodrigo prepared a fantastic Christmas gift for those who love magic, The Marathon of Close-Up Magic! 24horasdemagia

24 hours nonstop of magic marathon broadcast live on YouTube, from Zamora (Spain).

The streaming will start at 10:00 (local spain time) the 22nd december 2018, saturday, and 12 artists will perform individually, changing every 20 minutes

With Henry Evans, Rafael Benatar, Miguel Gomez, Pepin Banzo Salo, Alberto de Figueiredo, Pere Rafart, Maga Gisell, Hector Eduardo Verikas, Willy Monroe, Silvana Gordiola, Pepe Lirrojo, Brando.

More info on https://www.prestigiazione.it/wp/the-marahton-of-magic-24-hours-of-magic-streaming-live-24horasdemagia/


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Thanks for the info.

It will be a great beginning of Xmas holidays !

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This sounds amazing!

Thanks for sharing this news with us!

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What a line-up!
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I assume 10 means 10AM local time which is GMT+1. That's a 7 hr time difference from Central time USA. We're GMT -6. So 10AM is 3AM for me or 1AM for Rudy.

Hope I calculated correctly!

Looks to be cool. If it starts at 3AM, I can tune in when I get up and get some coffee.

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Definitely sounds amazing but I'm assuming this broadcast will be all in Spanish?
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Definitely sounds amazing but I'm assuming this broadcast will be all in Spanish?


That would be great!!  [smile]

 

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Yeah, it's all in Spanish. It's for a live audience in Spain and it is broadcasted in YouTube streaming. It's 12 magicians, each doing 15-20 minutes 6 times. Starting time is 7 pm Spanish time, which is 1 pm in NY, 10 am in LA. We will all do at least 2 or 3 different acts each.
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This should be cool. In a way, I'm looking forward to the fact of it being in a language I only occasionally understand, as relying less on the verbal part of my brain tends to draw my attention toward important elements I might otherwise overlook such as timing, use of tension/release in the body, staging (even in a close-up setting), visual clarity of effect, and so on. And the Spanish school tends to be especially good at all that stuff.
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This should be cool. In a way, I'm looking forward to the fact of it being in a language I only occasionally understand, as relying less on the verbal part of my brain tends to draw my attention toward important elements I might otherwise overlook such as timing, use of tension/release in the body, staging (even in a close-up setting), visual clarity of effect, and so on. And the Spanish school tends to be especially good at all that stuff.


I'm with you. My Spanish is weak, barely conversational these days, since I stopped using it after leaving the old corporate gig going on ten years back. And what I do understand, I learned from working with guys from Jalisco, so Castilian it ain't!

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