Here, Lena and Sveta are dancing to the song Kadril. This song is about how Russians thought of the dance Kadril, and how it was popular back then, but now is almost forgotten. Although it is almost forgotten, the key word is ALMOST! It talks about how it is still enjoyed today. Then it all just emphasizes how fun the Kadril was and is and that dancing is more fun than dancing anything in the world. Lena in this dance is in the costume of a man, and Sveta is in the red-yellow-blue dress.
Dev4ata performed in a church in Hotsprings, Arkansas. This particular dance which is showed in the photograph is The Gypsy, performed by Lena (red) and Larisa (flowered dress with purple rim).
Larisa (in the middle) Sveta (far left) and Lena(far right) are singing Moscow Nights at the 2012 Greek Festival. They are wearing traditional Russian sarafans (sahr-a-fahns) and head bands.
Sveta and Lena are twins. They dance Blizzard together as one of their duets.
Daughter of Larisa
She is currently not shown in Greek Festivals due to her moving to another state