Special emphasis is put on Belarusian and Russian composers. The Orchestra’s repertoire currently includes works by Prokofiev (“Romeo and Juliet”) and Tchaikovsky (“The Nutcracker”, “Suite for Strings Op. 48”), as well as pillars of the classical repertoire such as Beethoven’s “Heroic” Symphony, Grieg’s “Holberg Suite”, Bizet’s “Carmen”, Haydn’s “Seven Words of the Savior on the Cross” and Britten’s “Symple Symphony”. In 2016, the Orchestra premiered the works of A. Litvinovsky “Le Grand Cahier”
The Orchestra has also shared stages with flautist Maria Fedotova (Mariinsky Theater, St. Petersburg), cellist Mikael Samsonov (Germany), oboist Juan Manuel Garcia-Cano (Spain) and pianist Stanislav Soloviev, just to mention a few. In 2016, the Orchestra recorded their first album, Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons”, in the unique acoustics of the church of St. Roch. The same year, they performed at summer festival "KolerFest" (held at the Belarusian State Museum of Folk Architecture and Life), and were invited to perform at the concert of American metal band Manowar in Minsk, proving once again their versatility, creativity, and talent.