Podcast: Download. We are very excited to have Axel Hecklau join us. Alongside a group of young magicians and the support of a magic club, Axel continued learning and practicing magic. The club eventually put on a competition which Axel competed in. From there, he focused on perfecting his routines for competitions rather than the public. Axel believes that to bring the art form further, we need to be creative in many ways.
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Podcast: Download. We are very excited to have Axel Hecklau join us. Alongside a group of young magicians and the support of a magic club, Axel continued learning and practicing magic. The club eventually put on a competition which Axel competed in. From there, he focused on perfecting his routines for competitions rather than the public.
Axel believes that to bring the art form further, we need to be creative in many ways. However, inherent creativity and talent is not something you can work on, so you should play to your strengths. If you are a talented performer, then it is fine to perform tricks developed by other creators as there are some magicians who cannot perform. He is never satisfied with a trick, as satisfaction means there is no chance to develop further.
The audience will feel the offbeats in their gut, breaking them from the moment. The little moments in our lives is where the magic lies, Axel explains.
Your moves and story need to be believable for your audience to experience a moment of life when the strange and unbelievable begin to happen. Disturbing your magic with artificial elements will cause the audience to notice, breaking the atmosphere. There needs to be a willingness to not simply be satisfied and to push yourself to create and perform better magic. In terms of the German style approach to magic, Axel highlights Alexander de Cova and Eberhard Riese, author of Foundations , as the two biggest influencers.
Axel says to be unsatisfied with your things. But be satisfied with the success you had also. Not only be satisfied but keep creating. Jonah liked the idea of asking how far are you willing to go to make something possible. Email: mail axelhecklau. Website: www. Thanks for joining the Newsletter. You're almost done!
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Posted: Jul 14, am. In other words, it's about creating original and entertaining magic routines or improving ones you are already performing. While the focus is certainly on Stage Magic, the information will work equally well for a Stand-Up Act and much of the material will be valuable to Close-Up Performers. I am always on the lookout for books that will make me a better performer and Mr.
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