Conductor earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Conductor salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alabama $45,480
Arkansas $49,110
Arizona $44,750
California $51,610
Colorado $41,780
Connecticut $50,280
District of Columbia $57,450
Florida $53,260
Georgia $64,700
Hawaii $45,760
Iowa $51,940
Idaho $33,730
Illinois $42,104
Indiana $46,900
Kansas $51,250
Kentucky $41,290
Louisiana $46,420
Massachusetts $55,000
Maryland $48,830
Michigan $45,100
Minnesota $72,630
Missouri $49,280
Mississippi $51,790
Montana $19,180
North Carolina $39,180
Nebraska $44,240
New Hampshire $55,690
New Jersey $64,240
New Mexico $36,310
New York $53,020
Ohio $42,290
Oklahoma $34,080
Oregon $44,040
Pennsylvania $40,630
Rhode Island $56,980
South Carolina $53,150
Tennessee $43,260
Texas $58,340
Utah $43,440
Virginia $55,090
Vermont $55,160
Washington $60,380
Wisconsin $57,240

How do conductor salaries compare to similar careers?

Conductors earn about the same as related careers in New York. On average, they make less than musicians but more than performers.

Career Median Salary
Musician salary $65K
Choreographer salary $85K
Audio engineer salary $68K
Announcer salary $40K
Costume attendant salary $59K
Composer salary $53K
Conductor salary $53K
DJ salary $36K
Music therapist salary $54K
Performer salary $38K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)