Selected Repertoire

Blue Mountain programs include repertoire selected from a variety of styles such as the works listed below.


Blue Mountain/Forecast concerts are focused  on works by contemporary composers as described on the BMF page of this site.


CPE Bach                                  6 Sonatas

Ludwig van Beethoven        Trio

Georges Bizet                         Carmen Fantasia (arr. P. Simpson)

Johannes Brahms                 Hungarian Dances No. 1, No. 5, No. 6

Jean-Babtiste Bréval           Symphonie Concertante

Frédéric Chopin                     Mazurkas Op. 67 No. 1 & 2 (arr.)

Gaetano Donizetti                Trio

Franz Doppler                        Andante and Rondo (arr.)

Louise Farrenc                       Trio op. 45

Andres Jolivet                        Pastorales de Noel

Friedrich Kuhlau                   Trio Op. 119 (arr.)

Francis Poulenc                    Trio (arr.)


Jazz/Latin inspired or influenced:


Michael Burns                       Riffs

Marcelo Herrerias                Niebla y cemento (arr.)

Astor Piazzolla                      Four Seasons in Buenes Aires

Pixinguinha                           um a zero (optional percussion)




Derek Bermel                        Orbiting

Allan Blank                             Trio

Thomas Dempster               Inflection Points: jiggly dots and origins                                                             (BlueMtn Premiere)

William Douglas                    Love Song

Mark Engebretson                What-a-mole and Floam

Shulamit Ran                          EastWind

Alejandro Rutty                      Witchcraft Recipes

Marc Satterwhite                  Double Concerto   

           (with percussion – arr. for and premiered by Blue Mountain)

                                                    Concertino a Tré (flutes, bassoon, piano)

Eric Schwartz                          Nosferatu (with original silent film)

John Steinmetz                      Whispers