The St. Petersburg Condition Symphony Orchestra was created in 1967 by Nikolai Rabinovich, Edward Grikurov, and Karl Eliasberg, and until 1985 it had been nicknamed the “Orchestra of Old and Contemporary Music,” because of its focus on early music and fresh functions. Led for a decade by Edward Serov, the orchestra toured through the entire Soviet Union and internationally, and performed at many music celebrations. In 1985, the outfit was elevated to convey orchestra status, beneath the management of Ravil Martynov. He toured using the orchestra in China, Japan, Germany, Austria, Spain, Finland, Norway, Sweden, France, Belgium, and Mexico. Vasily Petrenko was the principle conductor from 2004 to 2007, accompanied by Alexander Titov from 2007 to 2013. From 2008 to 2014, the main visitor conductor was Vladimir Lande, who took the orchestra on tour to america, Latin America, and South Korea. He was been successful by Walter Proost in 2014. The orchestra offers documented for Marco Polo and Naxos.