World Tour 2018
In September, the team left Denmark to go on the world tour and the backpack is already filled up with great experiences and impressions.
NAMUH is life
National Danish Performance Team will be travelling with the show NAMUH in 2018-2019. You will experience a dynamic mix of world class tumbling, trampoline, graceful choreograpies, danse routines, tricking and acrobatics.
Jette Rendbøll as Head of National Danish Performance Team
The woman behind one of Northern Europe's largest corporate business networks
22 years on the go
22 years as head of National Danish Performance Team. Behind that number you will find his love for gymnastics and an exiting job which has taken him around the world.
National Danish Performance Team was one of the highlights at Turnfest in Berlin
A wonderful week with gymnastics and a lot of friends
NDPT Embarks on European Tour
After a successful 23-show tour around Denmark the National Danish Performance Team (NDPT) begin their tour around Europe this week. Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Belgium, Germany and Sweden can look forward to experiencing the truly unique and spectacular show IMANI and to move and dance with the gymnasts at the many workshops they will conduct.
It's not a secret that for us at National Danish Performance Team year 2016, is one of the better if not the best year of our lives. Here we began the journey that we are on right now.
Starting out 2017
After five weeks in Australia, under good conditions the gymnasts were facing a completely different kind of adventure when they arrived in the capital of Indonesia, Jakarta.
NDPT moves SOS Children's Villages in Tanzania
National Danish Performance Team started their World-Tour late September and after a stop in Germany the cultural meeting was really cemented when gymnasts and the management team hit the Tanzanian capital Dar es Salaam.
NDPT is ready to kick off the IMANI World Tour
National Danish Performance Team (NDPT) is currently on tour in Denmark with the show IMANI. There are only two more performances left before the 28 gymnasts and the leader team will embark on a six-month long tour around the world.