While ballet dancers earn nearly $50,000 at top U.S. ballet companies, their average earnings are under $25,000 annually. Average salaries for ballet dancers can vary by region. In the South, they earned the highest salaries, $29,000, in Washington, D.C, in 2013, according to Simply Hired, and the lowest, $21,000, in Louisiana. Those in the West […]
Professional dance is an endeavor for the young. The rigorous physical demands generally mean a relatively short professional performing career. This means that most professionals begin their career right after high school and defer their college education until they retire from performing or take a reduced class load, or online classes and finish college while […]
Brooksher Ballet has written an article entitled “When is it time to leave the nest?”. You can read the full article here. The National Academy of Classical Ballet (NACB) was created in Arizona to provide the training opportunities to students in the Southwest while keeping them close to home. Learn more about the NACB here.
Brooksher Ballet has written an article on this subject which can be found here.
Brooksher Ballet has written an article on this subject and it can be found here.
At Brooksher Ballet we advocate a focused training plan to achieve the best and fastest results. When students begin taking classes they should experiment in different styles of movement and decide which is the best one for them to explore further. At that point it is time to focus training on a particular genre and […]
Male and female dancers are both generally referred to as dancers. The term ballerina is generally reserved for a dancer of a certain stature in a professional company.
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