I think we have a mess here, but I'm not very familiar with Russian orchestras and I'm not sure what to do about it.
Valery Polyansky is a Russian conductor. According to Wikipedia, in 1991 he merged
the former USSR Ministry of Culture Symphony Orchestra (Симфонического оркестра Министерства культуры СССР) with the USSR State Chamber Choir (Государственного Камерного хора СССР)
The resulting orchestra, the State Symphony Capella of Russia, seems to also be
sometimes known as the Russian State Symphony Orchestra
A dozen Polyansky releases are now listed under the State Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Russian Federation, which I think is completely unrelated. Weirdly, though, some of those credit both the "Russian State Symphonic Capella" and the "Russian State Symphonic Orchestra". I suspect that's basically just saying "this has both the choir and the orchestra", and they should be moved to link only to the Capella and unlinked from this other orchestra. But I'm confused by the whole thing, so I'd like more eyes on it before making those changes (ideally, Russian eyes, but I guess it might not be exactly necessary to know Russian to figure this out).