Russian Bolshoi symphony orchestra "Millenium" (RBSO) was created in the New Millenium in 2001. The goal of RBSO is assistance in the development of spiritual life of the society and propaganda of classic musical art by realizing in Russia and abroad different cultural program such as: concerts, festivals, music competitions, exhibitions, public lessons, master classes and other cultural mass measures. The main tasks of the orchestra is to have a great success all over the world and to take worthy place among first world orchestras, to use mass media information for attracting public attention to needs and problems in the sphere of music, to promote mastery of young musicians, to train highly skilled personnel for the work in musical art, to increase profession prestige of musician, to develop international musical cultural relations in order to include musicians of own country into musical society of the world, to implement charity work directed to intellectual development of the society, to adjust relations with public organizations, funds, corporations, privet persons for the attracting of investments into Russian musical art. There are high professional concertmasters and soloists in the staff of the orchestra – Laureates of All-Union and International contests, Honoured and People’s Artists of Russia invited from famous Moscow orchestras, and also young talents from various cities of Russia, who went with dignity through the competition in the RBSO «Millenium». Since its establishment, the orchestra has been constantly winning the sympathy of the audience by playing concerts in Russia, during tours in Japan (Tokyo, Osaka 2002), and also with the performance of orchestra soloists in Japan with the program ballet I. Stravinsky «The Soldier’s Tale» (2003). The orchestra closely cooperated with one of the leading Japan company KING RECORD, CO LTD., and has recorded CDs and DVD. The orchestra’s active repertoire includes more than one hundred pieces, mostly Russian and European classics. However, musical compositions of the middle and the end of the 20th century are a part of its repertoire, too. New musical compositions never played before also appear in the repertoire of the orchestra.