On September 7, 2021, the National Symphony Orchestra of the Republic of Bashkortostan opened its XXX jubilee concert season. During its existence, the orchestra has performed thousands of concerts in Ufa, the Republic of Bashkortostan, Russian cities and European countries. Concerts with the best foreign and domestic conductors and soloists have become bright pages in the history of the orchestra, among them are Vladimir Spivakov, Denis Matsuev, Dmitry Hvorostovsky, lldar and Askar Abdrazakov, Sergey Roldugin, Alexander Sladkovsky, Irina Arkhipova, Nikolay Petrov, Zurab Sotkilava, Elena Obraztsova, Alexander Knyazev, Nikita Borisoglebsky, Boris Berezovsky and many others. Since 2018, the concept of the development of the National Symphony Orchestra of the Republic of Bashkortostan has radically changed: the famous musician, Honored Artist of the Republic of Bashkortostan Artur Naziullin was invited to the position of artistic director and then general director of the orchestra. Today, the orchestra's leadership is aimed at maximizing the level of classical symphonic music performance, as well as engaging musicians of the federal and international level to the orchestra. It was a great success that it was possible to attract one of the brightest young musicians, the principal conductor of the State Academic Symphony Capella of Russia Dmitry Kryukovto the position of principal conductor of the orchestra. The State Orchestra of Bashkortostan cooperates with the leading cultural institutions of Russia: the Moscow State Academic Philharmonic, the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia, the Vladimir Spivakov International Charitable Foundation, the St. Petersburg House of Music, the A.A. Yurlov State Academic Symphony Cappel la and others. One of the main vectors of the orchestra's development is the expansion of its artistic geography: the 2020/2021 season was one of the brightest in the orchestra's biography, with its triumphant recital at the world's foremost concert hall, the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall of the Moscow Philharmonic. It was the first time in the history of culture of the Republic of Bashkortostan that the National Symphony Orchestra of the Republic of Bashkortostan toured to Udmurtia and Tatarstan, including one of the most famous stages in Europe - the S. Saydashev State Great Concert Hall in Kazan. In October 2021, for the first time the orchestra performed at the VI Symphony Forum of Russia in Yekaterinburg in the Grand Hall of the Sverdlovsk Philharmonic, successfully representing the region at such a major event. For recent years a significant priority for the principal orchestra of the republic has been its participation in charitable, cultural and educational projects including the projects held under the auspices of the Vladimir Spivakov Charitable Foundation in the Republic of Bashkortostan under the direction of Artur Naziullin. The orchestra's hosting of the International Vladimir Spivakov Violin Competition is a grandiose event aimed to support young talents from all over the world. It has become a tradition for the orchestra: this fall the competition is going to be held in the Republic of Bashkortostan for the third time. Since 2016, the orchestra has been a constant participant in the final and gala concert of the competition. The orchestra's policy aimed at the development and promotion of world, Russian and national music, which the NSO RB pursues with the support of the Head of the Republic of Bashkortostan Radii Faritovich Khabirov and the Ministry of Culture of RB, allows the orchestra to remain one of the main cultural institutions in Bashkiria and a brand of classical symphony music of the region, successfully representing its native land both at the federal and international levels.

The National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia was founded in January 2003 by the Ministry of Culture of Russia by order of President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin. The NPR brings together the best representatives of the orchestral elite and gifted young musicians. Over the years of active artistic life, the NPR has succeeded in becoming one of the best symphony orchestras in Russia and gaining the love of the audience and the professionals' recognition in its country and abroad. The orchestra is headed by the world-known violinist and conductor Vladimir Spivakov. Prominent conductors of different generations collaborate with the orchestra, including Michel Plasson, Vladimir Ashkenazy, James Conlon, Okko Kamu, Jucca-Pekka Saraste, Alexander Lazarev, John Nelson, Jan Latham-Koenig, Tugan Sokhiev, Ken-David Mazur, Simon Gaudenz, Stanislav Kochanovsky, Alexander Soloviev and others. The NPR has given concerts with the stars of the world opera stage and renowned instrumental soloists: Jessye Norman, Placido Domingo, Kiri Te Kanava, Dmitry Hvorostovsky, Juan Diego Flores, Rene Fleming, Ferruccio Furlanetto, Marcelo Alvarez, Matthias Guerneakov, lldar Abdrazakov, Ramon Vargas, Evgeny Kissin, Vadim Repin, Gil Shah am, Arkady Volodos, Martha Argerich, Renault and Gaultier Capu9on, Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Victoria Mullova and many others. Anna Netrebko, Hibla Gerzmava, Albina Shagimuratova, Vasily Ladiuk, Dmitry Korchak, Denis Matsuev, Alexander Gindin, John Lill, David Garrett, Alexander Gavrilyuk, Vadim Gluzman, Sergey Dogadin, NikolayTokarev, Alexander Romanovsky and Alexander Ramm regularly appear with the orchestra, emphasizing their special closeness to it. The orchestra's repertoire covers the period from early classical symphonies to the newest works of the contemporary composers. Over 18 seasons, the orchestra has presented many extraordinary programs, unique subscriptions series and concert cycles, has carried out a number of Russian and world premieres. Confirming its status and name, the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia gives concerts and holds festivals not only in Moscow, but also in various regions of the country as well. Every year the NPR takes part in the Vladimir Spivakov International Music Festival in Colmar (France). The orchestra regularly tours to the USA, Western Europe, Japan, China, the CIS and Baltic countries. Vladimir Spivakov and NPR constantly expands their discography, having several albums recorded every year. In May 2005 the Capriccio Recording Company released CD and DVD of Isaak Schwartz's Concert for Orchestra, titled "Yellow Stars", played by the NPR under the baton of Vladimir Spivakov to whom the composer dedicated his work. From 2010 till 2016 Sony Classical Music released several NPR's CD's with music of Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Rimsky-Korsakov, Grieg and others. From 2014 till 2021, a number of recordings of Russian music were released under the Spivakov Sound label, including the opera "Eugene Onegin" by Tchaikovsky with Khibla Gerzmava, Vasily Ladyuk, Dmitry Korchak, a triple CD with symphonic works by Tchaikovsky (Symphonies No. 4-6, "Italian Capriccio", "Romeo and Juliet"); the symphonic poem "The Bells" and the cantata "The Spring" by Rachmaninoff, as well as his complete Piano Concertos (soloist - Alexander Romanovsky); the albums "Holy Russia" (sacred works by Rachmaninoff and Taneyev), "Magic in Music" and "Masterpieces of Russian Music" (Lyadov, Stravinsky, Prokofiev, Mussorgsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Scriabin). It is planned to release three Rachmaninoff's symphonies for the 150th anniversary of the composer's birth. In 2007 the NPR won a grant from the Government of the Russian Federation. Since 2010 the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia has been the recipient of a grant from the President of the Russian Federation.