The group’s repertoire consists of several sources: the first and main one is the author’s (within the framework of the participants ’creativity), the work of friends, songs by poems of Russian poets and folklore (Slavic-Russian, European). Musical compositions are devoted to a large period in the history of Slavic-Russian culture - from ancient times to the present day, from serious heroic and military themes to merry festive tunes. The name of the group comes from the word "Kolo", which in translation from Old Slavic means "circle" (symbol of the sun). Today, the Skolot group’s creative work is original music with the use of instruments and stylistics of Slavic-Russian folklore in modern sounding - along with bagpipes, chopsticks, flutes and violins, which were an indispensable attribute of medieval music, acoustic guitar, bass guitar and drums. The musical compositions are devoted to a large period of the history of Slavic-Russian culture - from the most ancient times to the present day, from serious heroic and military themes to merry festive tunes.