MAGICIAN - TY GALLENBECK IS AN INSPIRING MAGICIAN, SPEAKER, AND PERFORMER.

Ty-Gallenbeck-Things-to-do-in-Tulluride
Ty-Gallenbeck-Things-to-do-in-Tulluride

"You might expect to see a magician of his caliber in Vegas, but Gallenbeck is a homegrown Colorado illusionist, and he loves to work the small room at the Hotel Madeline every Saturday night. He’s an incredible showman, but that’s not what makes him a great magician. It’s the magic. He doesn’t just seem to be able to read your card, he seems to be able to read minds, and every trick he performs stuns the audience. Even those people who are there to try to figure out how he does it are forced to shrug their shoulders, because everything he does, from guessing the page of a book, to making a card reappear in sealed bottle, to somehow divining a long series of numbers in the finale, seems utterly impossible. And isn’t that the point of a magic show? To experience something that we can’t explain, and to be convinced, even for just one night, that the impossible is possible, and that magic is real."  

-Excerpt from Telluride Magazine 2017

Ty-Gallenbeck-Things-to-do-in-Tulluride
Ty-Gallenbeck-Things-to-do-in-Tulluride
Ty-Gallenbeck-Things-to-do-in-Tulluride

MAGICIAN - TY GALLENBECK IS AN INSPIRING MAGICIAN, SPEAKER, AND PERFORMER.

Ty-Gallenbeck-Things-to-do-in-Tulluride
Ty-Gallenbeck-Things-to-do-in-Tulluride
Ty-Gallenbeck-Things-to-do-in-Tulluride
Ty-Gallenbeck-Things-to-do-in-Tulluride
Ty-Gallenbeck-Things-to-do-in-Tulluride

"You might expect to see a magician of his caliber in Vegas, but Gallenbeck is a homegrown Colorado illusionist, and he loves to work the small room at the Hotel Madeline every Saturday night. He’s an incredible showman, but that’s not what makes him a great magician. It’s the magic. He doesn’t just seem to be able to read your card, he seems to be able to read minds, and every trick he performs stuns the audience. Even those people who are there to try to figure out how he does it are forced to shrug their shoulders, because everything he does, from guessing the page of a book, to making a card reappear in sealed bottle, to somehow divining a long series of numbers in the finale, seems utterly impossible. And isn’t that the point of a magic show? To experience something that we can’t explain, and to be convinced, even for just one night, that the impossible is possible, and that magic is real."  

-Excerpt from Telluride Magazine 2017