Concerto Repertoire

Concerto Repertoire

Concertos written for Camilla Hoitenga


  • J.S. Bach Suite in b-minor, Brandenburg and violin concerti
  • C.P.E. Bach Concerto in d-minor
  • M. Blavet Concerto in E
  • J. Quantz Concerto in G
  • G.Ph. Telemann Concerto in E
  • A. Vivaldi All concerti, also for piccolo
  • L. Boccherini Concerto D-dur
  • D.Cimarosa Concerto in G for two flutes
  • W.A. Mozart Concerti in C, D, G, Andante & Rondo
  • Bizet Carmen Fantasy
  • Blodek Concerto
  • Chaminade  Concertino
  • Gluck Reigen Seliger Geister

With chamber orchestra:

  • Ernst Bloch Suite Modale, Two Last Poems…Maybe
  • Avner Dorman Piccolo Concerto (very rhythmic and exciting, VERY virtuosic for picc!)
  • Sofia Gubaidulina Music for Flute, Strings and Percussion
  • Michael Jarrell Double concerto (for flute and oboe)
  • Kent Kennan Night Soliloquuy
  • Arvydas Malcys Vox Clamantis in Deserto
  • Thea Musgrave Orfeo II for flute and strings
  • Doina Rotaru Concerto for flute, 13 strings and 2 percussion
  • Bright Sheng Flute Moon (picc/flute, harp, piano, percussion, strings)
  • Kuldar Sink Concerto

With large orchestra:

  • Henk Badings Concerto (with symphonic wind ensemlbe)
  • Marc-André Dalbavie Concerto written for Emmanuel Pahud
  • Lukas Foss Renaissance Concerto written for Carol Wincenc–a real crowd-pleaser, fun! (!)
  • Gabriela Lena Frank, Illap: tone Poem for Flute and Orchestra
    (“depicts a moment in the life of Illapa, a powerful weather god from ancient Sount American Andean Culture”)
  • L. Glodeanu Concerto
  • Toshio Hosokawa per-sonare (flutist also playing piccolo, alto and bass flutes)
  • Jacques Ibert Concerto (old favorite–always effective!)
  • György Ligeti Double Concerto (for flute and oboe)
  • Carl Nielsen Concerto
  • Uros Rojko Inner Voices (a very cool! sort of “spectral” work)
  • Kaija Saariaho …à la fumée (flute and cello)
  • Joan Tower Flute Concerto (1989) American “classic”
  • Lotta Wennäkoski soie (2009)