The Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1929 as Slovakia’s first professional symphonic ensemble. The orchestra’s initial music movie director was Oskar Nedbal, who passed away twelve months after agreeing to the post. He was been successful by Frantisek Dyk, who created the orchestra’s popularity through function in symphonic and operetta repertoire. The orchestra provides made many recordings of nineteenth and twentieth hundred years music, including many compositions by Slovak composers. The group frequently performs in main Eastern Western european music festivals and it has toured European countries and china and taiwan. Between 1977 and 1990, Ondrej Lenárd led the orchestra and helped create its worldwide popularity through concerts and recordings. In 2001, Charles Olivieri-Munroe became music movie director. The SRSO’s concerts remain broadcast regularly, and its own recordings are located primarily in the Opus, Supraphon, Naxos, Marco Polo, and Arte Nova brands.