Welcome to Isberg Magic

"All art is a lie
that tells a truth"

- Pablo Picasso.

Both music and magic can reveal some truths about life. If you believe that there is an explanation for everything - you need magic! Love, faith, good and evil, for example are real and not real at the same time. We can't understand life just by looking at it's parts, or using mere logic. We also need fantasy, imagination and beauty.

Shows

  • Isberg magic shows offer a variety-show experience with magic, storytelling, comedy and of course, live music. We perform Parlour Magic Shows, Stage Shows, and Close-up Magic, that range in length depending on the audience and the setting. We have performed in living rooms, restaurants and bars, on intimate and on large stages, both in the United States and in Sweden.

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Live show

Music and Magic are simple to understand, whether you are a child or a professor. Just avoid logic!

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Troll wisdom

  • "Trolleri", the swedish word for magic, reveals the importance of the nonvisible in swedish folklore. The trolls have run away from the modern man-made world into the world of fantasy. But if you go deep into the northern woods, you can still find them. Every life form has an inner and an outer life. To see the connection between trolls and magic is to see the soul of the forest.

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Troll wisdom

Upcoming Events

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  • March, "in like a lion, out like a lamb"?? We came home from Sweden to discover winter still in full swing here in New Hampshire. Join us on the night of the spring equinox, March 21, at 7 pm, for another evening of music, magic and storytelling at the Old Jackson Library. Maybe we'll have some fresh maple syrup, too!

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History

Over twenty years ago, Roger Isberg took part in a touring Russian circus school with his children. After a trip to Moscow to visit his circus teacher, Roger invited two Russian clowns to a Swedish Clown Festival in Kristianstad. This was the beginning of a long cooperation with Russian circus performers. During the same time, Sarah Isberg co-founded Mountaintop Music Center, a community music school in North Conway, New Hampshire, to provide music lessons for local children, and began to study violin. Eventually, Sarah transitioned from board member to Suzuki teacher for the school and played in the school's community orchestra. Sarah is a session player every week at May Kelly's Cottage. During the past year, she has attended Sjovik Folkhogskole and studied Swedish folk music and violin with Sergio Crisostomo, violinist with Stockholm Lisboa Project.

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