We’ve always said that music is magical, so we’re putting that to the test by combining the jaw-dropping performance of a master illusionist with spectacular symphonic selections.
Over the last 20 years, Michael Grandinetti has been driven to make magic contemporary and to give it a wide, mainstream appeal. The illusionist has performed with Oscar-winning producer and composer Marvin Hamlisch and the Pittsburgh Symphony. He’s had starring roles on NBC’s The World’s Most Dangerous Magic II and the CW’s Master of Illusion. For his symphony shows, he’s been known to transform the conductor’s tuxedo, make roses bloom on stage, levitate into the air while surrounded by the orchestra, and has even read the minds of audience members by having the orchestra play pieces of music they were only thinking of!