Abeutiful dance on popular Russain melody
Humorous competitive couples dance. In old Russia "Quadrille" use to be known as the dance of Moscow suburbs.
Korobeyniki were peddlers selling fabric, haberdashery, books etc. in pre-revolutionary Russia.
Lace-making is an ancient craft. The combination of Russian traditions, Russian color and the Russian soul was retained in the dance.
The dance is based on "Kalinka" (Russian: Калинка) might be the best-known Russian song of all time. The song celebrates a snowball tree, with a speedy tempo and light-hearted lyrics. Singers and dancers many a time get into a frenzied celebration of song and dance while performing this song.
Horovod is a Russian (slavic) word describing a particular group-based dance. It is an organized circle of people, holding each other's hands and trying to work together, synchronized to make the experience fun. The complete performance requires synergy, communication and collaboration. and the amazing "floating" step every time astounds audience.