A ballet company in Berlin provides shelter for Ukrainian dancers

A ballet company in Berlin provides shelter for Ukrainian dancers
A ballet company in Berlin provides shelter for Ukrainian dancers

Ukrainian ballerinas forced to flee the war at home have found temporary shelter at Berlin's largest ballet company, providing training, housing, clothing and career advice.


Principal dancer Iana Salenko has been performing in Berlin since 2005 but was born in Kyiv. I understand how they feel now, losing their jobs and everything she said in an interview with Reuters.


They just wanted to give up, they didn't know how to handle this so of course if I could help I would be happy and they are really happy and grateful for everything I can do she added.


Not only do Ukrainian dancers dream of permanently joining Berlin's main ballet company, Statspalit Berlin, but dancers from other countries, including Russia, are looking forward to it.


According to ballet author Christiana Theobold, the company welcomes Russian artists because it prides itself on being a melting pot of dancers and dancers from all over the world. Dance or art in general is supposed to bring people together and not exclude anyone she added.


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