My Teacher assigned me Mozart 3 about 5 weeks ago, and I’m about 2/3 of the way finished, and she has asked me what piece I want to play next. I’m not too sure what piece I think would be best. I want something that is a little bit of a challenge. Thank you :)
My youngest finished Mozart 3 not long ago and she is now playing DeBeriot Concerto 9. After that she will do Viotti and Kabalevsky, along with some more of Bach Partita 3 and some other small pieces.
"Viotti" is ambiguous considering he wrote hundreds of violin concertos. The No. 22 and No. 23 are popular. Personally I like the No. 22 the best. I think it's a fine piece and it's just as good of a violin concerto as Kabalevsky and better than DeBeriot No. 9 (in terms of musical content -- my own subjective evaluation). I think Viotti 22 is close to Mozart 3 in that regard, and it's unfortunate that V22 has been labeled a "student" concerto.
I think Viotti 23 is meaningfully easier than 22. Pedagogically, 23 is too easy after Mozart 3.
I'd agree with the above regarding Viotti 22. Viotti 23 would likely be too easy for you considering you would have just finished learning Mozart 3. After Viotti, you could do Kabalevsky or Haydn C major and then could start venturing into the likes of Bruch or Conus.
Bruch concerto no.1.
Sorry, I should have qualified that Viotti statement a bit. My daughter switched teachers recently so she will be doing Viotti 23 as her teacher fixes issues with her technique. It likely would be too easy for the OP unless he, too, needs some posture rehabilitation. :)
Vitali Chaconne is another good option. So are a bunch of the usual Kreisler works if you haven't done them. Or one of the easier Sarasates -- Malaguena might be doable. Or the Wieniawski Legende. No shortage of stuff at this level. And if you don't know the Kroll Banjo and Fiddle, that's fun.
My daughter did Mozart 3, Mozart 5, then Bruch. Along with Bartok Roumanian, Praeludium and Allegro, and Partitas while doing 5.
I am going to take a break from standard concertos and sonatas to focus on some showpieces. I am a big fan of the Vitali like Lydia had mentioned, but I also like Scene de Ballet, and Praeludium and Allegro. Which piece would you say would be best to learn given the skills and technique utilized in the Mozart.
I absolutely loved learning Scene de Ballet. It made me feel like a "grown up" violinist. Even though it really isn't that hard, it looks and feels virtuosic.
If I recall correctly, I did Hayden G major, Mozart 3, then Scene de Ballet...ish.