Did some Sarasate and show pieces as long with Mozart concertos, Beethoven and Brahms sonatas. Recently finished Bruch, what next?
Lalo or Mendelssohn typically.
Well, the OP *should* ask his teacher....
A string quartet?
You are funny Paul. : )
My guess is that the OP would not have gotten anywhere near Mozart if he wasn't accustomed to seeking his teacher's advice about all things violin. My sense is that this site is used to see if there are other ideas out there that he could float.
It's kind of traditional to follow Bruch with Mendelssohn or Lalo or St. Saens.
The Brahms D-minor Sonata.
If you are practicing two hours a day, and you are spending 9 months of your life to learn a concerto, you are doing something wrong. If you're doing concertos that aren't massively long (not Tchaikovsky or Brahms, say), you should be able to learn one to a reasonable performance standard in 3 or 4 months, if not faster.
Ask your teacher - and if your teacher doesn't agree with what you want to do next, keep changing teachers until you find one that does...
Conus is another one to check out.
I don't mean to be extra but ... is 3rd movement included?
well, what do you *want* to play? And what are your objectives?
Maybe the Glauznov or one of the Vieuxtemps?
The Glazunov is very much more difficult than the Bruch.
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