toursenlair Posted February 9, 2013 Share Posted February 9, 2013 This touches on several threads that are going on at the moment, so I thought it best to start a separate one. An article in the Aachener Zeitung, mostly about whether competition is as nasty in the ballet world as the stories coming out of Moscow might lead one to believe, has some interesting statistics: Just short of 1400 people are employed full-time as dancers in Germany Reid Anderson confirms that he hasn't done open auditions for the last five years, he simply recruits new Stuttgart Ballet dancers from the John Cranko School Almost all graduates of the Cranko School find positions in one company or another, mostly in Germany. Corps de ballet dancers earn between 2400 and 3000 euros a month; soloists negotiate their own salaries. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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