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.
IMANI on World-Tour 2016-2017
IMANI is a universe where believe is playing a crucial role. The believe in youself, each other and the community makes you experience both good and evil. One can get hurt, disappointed and frustrated, but also happy, curious and surprised. Through IMANI you will experience credible gymnasts who put themselves in the game to give the best show and the ability to be moved and enthralled. The performance combines a variety of modern rhythmic gymnastics, dance, cheer, artistic vaulting, tubling and high-energy acrobatics. It is a dazzling and breathtaking display at the highest level.
New Team Management for Tour 2016-2017
When National Danish Performance Team start up Tour 2016-2017, it will be with a new executive management team in the lead. Team Manager Lene Bruun, has been part of the recruitment of the new management team, which will consist of the two instructors Signe Tofting Schaarup and Nikolaj Refshauge Kristiansen. The physical counselor will be Henning Engberg and Josias Juliussen become communications officer for the team. Signe Tofting Schaarup, Instructor. Signe is 28 years old and former gymnast at National Danish Performance Team. She is passionate about gymnastics and dance, and loves to geek out, explore and experiment with moves. Nikolaj Refshauge Kristiansen, Instructor. Nicholas is 26 years and reads Sport and Health at the University of Southern Denmark. Nikolaj has a lot of experience in the gymnastics world, both as a gymnast and a director. Nikolaj is looking forward to working intensely with some of the best gymnasts. Henning Engberg, Physical supervisor. The next physical supervisor for NDPT is Henning Engberg from Copenhagen. Henning is 28 years old and now works as a physiotherapist and clinical instructor. He has experience from other teams like Ajax Copenhagen and B93. Josias Juliussen, Communications Officer. Josias is 30 years and just returned to Copenhagen after a few years in South Africa, where he worked with marketing, social media and press relations for one of the largest organizers of volunteering and internships in developing countries.
The Team Manager for the next National Danish Performance Team has been found
On the coming tour we will have Lene Bruun spearheading the team.
NDPT Finishes World Tour in The U.S.
NDPT has just finished the six month long world tour in The United States with visits in five cities in five different states. The tour in Denmark starts April 15th.
NDPT moves South America
NDPT has spent a month in South America and moved both Uruguay, Argentina and Chile. In Chile the team reached audience number 100.000.
NDPT: Training camp in Costa Rica
National Danish Performance Team started the year in an intense training camp in Costa Rica focusing on both improving the physical shape and optimizing the show ORBITA.
NDPT celebrated Christmas and New Year’s Eve in South East Asia
Christmas in 30 degrees and New Year's Eve at a big beach party: National Danish Performance Team visited Indonesia and Singapore in December.
NDPT learned from the best in Japan
National Danish Performance team has just visited Japan for 16 days as a part of the World Tour. A mutual workshop with the skilled gymnasts from Kukushikan University was among the many highlights.