NYDC

AcronymDefinition
NYDCNew York Design Center (New York City)
NYDCNew York Dessert Cafe (New York, NY)
NYDCNational Youth Development Council (various organizations)
NYDCNational Youth Dance Company (1985-2004; UK)
NYDCNorthern Youth Dance Company (UK)
NYDCNew York Dock Conditions (New York, NY)
NYDCNew York Downtown Clown
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NYDC is a special company incorporated by the Yangon region government in March 2018 to undertake the development of the Yangon New City as a public-private partnership.
"I really enjoyed the experience of performing with NYDC last year and am thrilled to be part of this prestigious show once again," Daisy said.
And on Thursday night, George achieved a dream and made his modern dance debut as part of the NYDC.
To complete the programme, NYDW welcomes the 22 dancers of NYDC who make their first visit to Wales, performing an example of Jasmin Vardimon's unique, physical theatre style.
In Mold this weekend, the dancers will be joined by those from NYDCS to perform Stuck In My Throat.
Daisy said: "It's great being a part of and performing with NYDC on their national tour and being with all of these talented dancers back at Dance City will just be incredible.
For example, when Showtime Networks decided to completely "re-engineer" its Finance Department, the entertainment giant tapped NYDC to turn its ground-breaking business plan into a functional reality.
Last summer Will was asked to join the Northern Youth Dance Company (NYDC) despite being under age: the company is for 16 to 24 year olds.
The 12 students, who make up this year's class of the NYDC, were recruited - following several auditions - to benefit from the 12-month programme of rehearsal, tuition and performance which brings young and often raw talent together with guest choreographers and artists to produce a brand new programme.
Emma is one of 12 young dancers from all over the North-East who were chosen to make up this year's NYDC - a year-long scheme which brings young and often raw talent together with guest choreographers and artists to produce a brand new programme.