Michael Grandinetti

Symphony of Illusions

 

 

     Symphony Of Illusions 

Entertainment Weekly heralds Michael Grandinetti as a “great magician…with charisma and an easy rapport with an audience”.  With performances on national and international television, in stadiums, arenas, casinos, The White House, theaters around the country and symphony orchestras, Grandinetti has established himself as a major force in the world of illusion, with wide, mainstream appeal.

He has performed at Heinz Hall with renowned composer Marvin Hamlisch and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra as well as with the Grand Rapids Symphony Orchestra, Huntsville Symphony Orchestra, Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, Phoenix Symphony Orchestra, and the Augusta Symphony.

While each orchestra performs their chosen themed music to accompany his illusions, Grandinetti performs such feats as transforming a tuxedo into the orchestra’s conductor, making roses bloom on stage, levitating into the air while surrounded by the performing orchestra, and, for a finale, getting the orchestra to read the minds of the audience by playing pieces of music they were thinking of.

Grandinetti has truly made “magic” his life’s work, studying, consulting, creating and performing original illusions for audiences around the world.  You can see Michael starring on the CW television series “Masters of Illusion”, now in its fifth season and airing in over 100 countries.

Through his work, Michael Grandinetti is making the art of magic modern, innovative, charismatic, and exciting while showing audiences around the world that nothing is impossible.  

 

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Symphony Executives are talking...

“Michael Grandinetti was a huge hit with our audience.  The show attracted a large crowd of both adults and children, and Michael captivated them all evening with his magic, humor, and rapport.  I highly recommend this show as an excellent addition to any event.”

-Miriam Burns, Conductor Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra
 

“It was a pleasure to work with you. Your magical illusions added a special dynamic to our shows and our audience enjoyed your presentations immensely.”

- Matthew L. Feldman, The Phoenix Symphony, Phoenix, AZ

 

“Fantastic, beautiful…a highlight!”

- Marvin Hamlisch, Pittsburgh Symphony at Heinz Hall

 

 “Thank you to you and your crew for sharing your talents and your professionalism, and for putting on a brilliant show.  I had some friends in the audience, theatre professionals, and they were blown away!  You are both a consummate professional and a sublime artist.  Your performance added an extra dimension to our pops programming which was thrilling for the audience, gratifying for our musicians, and a pleasure for our staff and crew to host.  To others out there, if you get the opportunity to work with Michael and his magic, don’t pass it up.”

- Curtis Lindsay, General Manager, Huntsville Symphony Orchestra

 

“What a great night, we had a BLAST!  The show was amazing!” 

- Erica Jackman, Director of Marketing, Huntsville Symphony Orchestra

 


Media Folks are saying...

“A GREAT MAGICIAN WHO CAN TRULY COMMUNICATE WITH A TV AUDIENCE”

-Entertainment Weekly

“Abracadabra is no longer the appropriate way to conjure up a spell.  Magic has found a new catch phrase and it goes ‘Michael Grandinetti!’  With a mind of illusion and a charming smile, Grandinetti made dividing a woman in half look effortless. The audience was smitten, chanting their ooh’s and aah’s.”

-Samara O’Shea, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Review Byham Theater, Pittsburgh, PA

“Michael Grandinetti was phenomenal at The Paramount in Huntington on Long Island. He gave them a magic show to remember for a long time, and even the few skeptics in the audience were in total awe. He commanded the stage the entire time, where his love and passion for his craft were clearly evident and appreciated by all. His talent is top-notch, and his warm and humble personality stands out by a mile. His live magic show at The Paramount earned five out of five stars.”

 

- Markos Papadatos, Digital Journal