Pupils spellbound by illusionist Reza
In September a critically acclaimed illusionist, Reza, had the chance to perform at CedarBridge Academy.
Ms Burrows, a teacher at CedarBridge, spoke with his managers and arranged for him to perform for the school family.
He did some magic tricks and he always had everyone on the edge of their seats wondering what he would do next.
For one of his tricks he had a student join him on stage. Reza said that he would guess a song that the student was thinking of. He then got a phone from the student and searched up a popular song. Afterwards he asked the student to write a song that he liked on a whiteboard. He then proceeded to ask the student to read the song that he typed out and to everyone’s shock the song he typed out was the one that the student had put on the whiteboard.
Reza’s performance was very interesting.
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