Nikolai Tsiskaridze received 21 years of life at Bolshoi Theater. Ballet dancers will be retiring early. In his post, Nikolai received the title "Veteran of Labor" and another. After he stopped dancing, he got a big pension – about 12 thousand rubles a month. As he was introduced to Tsiskaridze, there were many jealousy. "People who were retiring as a result of their age, almost not killed me, I remember; I got out of what I got. We were really laughed by Elena Obraztsova, who had the pension very little. Only the exemption for the title of a person's artist was saved, "said Nikolay.
By the time he retired, he had 145 million, who succeeded the reform of 145,000 rubles. According to Tsiskaridze, it does not guide a beautiful lifestyle: it's calmly to & # 39; drive even with public transport.
Since Tsiskaridze is recorded in Moscow, it is also entitled to taxpayer: it is 30,000 rubles. But to get this money, he must reach the age of 65. A ballet dancer fears he can not live in that age.
"And I will not take it away. As my wife says, they'll be their coffins. No one is protected from what will happen tomorrow. With my family, I went through many hard days of life, so I learn from their mistakes and I'm afraid to deal with the problems of old age materials. preserving financial safety. In addition, I have an example of Marlene Dietrich and Rudolf Nureyev, my eyes, who paid, as you know, for the funerals in advance, "said the dancer.
He is now living in St Petersburg, where he is in a position; Academy of Vaganova Academy of the Russian Ballet Academy. "I can not go there as a free agent in transport. But they are allowed to go into museums as cultural workers," said Tsiskaridze in an interview.South Westerly
Balerun repeatedly felt colleagues. At the same time, it will be a & # 39; spreading different men. "Now some of the people who wrote bad things about me, come in and worry about them. I say:" You wrote these things in public, you interviewed So let us know about your regret in social networks. "But they do not do that, they are scared," a & # 39; remembers Nikolai.