A variety of pieces written for viola and orchestra from the Baroque era through to modern-day works. This is, of course, only a sampling, but it's not a coincidence that so many of the composers listed here were also violists... Due to the large number of videos on this page, it may not always load completely, so if it looks like something is missing, reload it. I will endeavour to add videos as I find them, but feel free to search out your own choices!

J. C. Bach: Concerto in c minor *
Bartók: Concerto
Berlioz: Harold in Italy
Handel: Concerto in b minor *
Handoshkin: Concerto in C major
Hindemith: Der Schwanendreher; Kammermusik No. 5
Hoffmeister: Concerto in D major; Concerto in Bb major
Hummel: Fantasia for Viola and Orchestra
Martinu: Rhapsody-Concerto
Milhaud: Concerto #1; Concerto #2
Penderecki: Concerto
Piston: Concerto
J. Schubert: Concerto in C major
Stamitz: Concerto in D major
Telemann: Concerto in G major
Walton: Concerto
Weber: Andante and Hungarian Rondo

* Both the so-called J. C. Bach and Handel Concertos were actually written by Henri Casadesus.

Concertos with Company

J. S. Bach: Brandenburg Concerto #6 (two violas, cello)
Benjamin: Romantic Fantasy (violin/viola)
Britten: Double Concerto in b minor (violin/viola)
Bruch: Concerto for Clarinet and Viola, Op. 88
Dittersdorf: Concerto for Viola and Double Bass
Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante in Eb major, K. 364 (violin/viola)
Schnittke: Triple Concerto (violin, viola, cello)
Stamitz: Sinfonia Concertante in D major (violin/viola)

Again, just a sample, but more than enough to keep busy for quite some time, not to mention prepare for auditions. Ravel and Prokofiev were contemplating viola concertos when they died - wish modern medicine could have kept 'em around a little longer...