Jarrett & Raja
- Master Illusionist & Piano Genius
- As Seen On America's Got Talent
- "This is Real Magic!” - New York Times
Direct from the great casinos of the Las Vegas Strip and billed as “Master Illusionist & Piano Genius,” JARRETT & RAJA have entertained audiences worldwide with their amazing and unique blend of magic, music and comedy.
Trained at The Juilliard School, JARRETT & RAJA’s first show was in New York City. The showmen received such critical acclaim that they were then booked at Lincoln Center. After moving to Las Vegas, the pair was immediately booked at The Regent Hotel & Casino. Since then, this magical duo has performed three times at the world famous Magic Castle in Hollywood, CA. Their international touring began in Shenzhen, China. From there, JARRETT & RAJA began their work with director Kenny Ortega, who later directed the hit motion picture “High School Musical” and Michael Jackson’s “This is It!” Kenny Ortega brought their show to London, UK for special appearances with David LaChapelle, Pamela Anderson and The Pussycat Dolls. Jarrett & Raja continued to tour England, including headlining at the Edinburgh Festival and at the Blackpool Hilton. In 2007, the guys starred as leads in “Elements,” the first American musical production, with a cast of 30, commissioned and launched in China. They were invited, in 2008 to Budapest to consult on a major feature film and in 2009, JARRETT & RAJA performed with the band One Republic in Los Angeles. The duo continued to perform nationally and internationally and wowed audiences at the world famous “Jubilee!” at Bally’s Hotel in Las Vegas. The magic pair completed a two-year run (2010-2012) in Asia, headlining and performing with notable Cirque acts in Singapore’s spectacular, “Voyage de la Vie”, directed by Spiderman’s Phil McKinley.
Most recently, JARRETT & RAJA were finalists on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent.” Their itinerary in 2013 included America’s Got Talent LIVE at the Palazzo (Las Vegas), TV shows in LA and in London with the BBC. Watch them in 2015 on The CW’s “Masters of Illusion”, SyFy’s “Wizard Wars”, and “The Late Show w/Stephen Colbert”!
“This is Real Magic!” – New York Times