UDI Dance


UDI is a dance group whose name is an abbreviation of the first letters of the names of the group’s three founders. The group members live in Siberia, where there is plenty of snow and an average winter temperature of about -27°C to -45°C. Their city of Tomsk was founded in 1604, and it is very homelike and not too big. The members of UDI live, study and work there.

UDI has existed for 20 years. During this time, they have created their own dance school with approximately 650 children attending it. They teach disabled children and children from orphanages as well.

Philosophy is the basis of all of UDI's performances. They believe it is very important to encourage people with their kind, bright and powerful show and to make everyone believe in their own power and that everyone can be a hero. UDI's aim is to give hope to everyone who needs it, and they are here to bring out the best in everyone.

The members of UDI were born to poor families, and some of them grew up without fathers. The eldest member of the group grew up without parents in an orphanage. But the things that unite UDI are art, belief and unity.

UDI is grateful to America’s Got Talent show for the opportunity to perform in front of the judges and America.

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