If you are looking for a certain piece and it is not there, ask if I might be willing to learn it - in most cases I will. The time when a cellist's repertoire was limited to two handfuls of pieces has long gone. I am constantly learning new works and enjoy doing so, although I have certain objections towards some contemporary pieces in which I cannot find the urge to communicate or which require me to use the cello as a percussion instrument. Even with nearly 50 cello concertos in my repertoire now, there are still a number of works that I have never played but would love to. If you are a conductor or orchestra manager and want to do the Bliss or Sullivan Concertos, one of the Vieuxtemps or Popper Concertos, do not hesitate to ask!
The list below is an indication of what I have done, although I think neiter the duo nor the chamber music lists are complete.
Repertoire with orchestra
d’Albert, Concerto in C Major
Bach, Complete Cello Suites
Works with one other instrument
Bach, Sonatas BWV 1027-1029
Saint-Saens, Suite op 16
Beethoven (complete), Brahms (complete), Chausson, Chopin, Crumb ("Voice of the Whale"), Dvorák ("Dumky"), Eberl (Clarinet Trio), Feldman, Haydn (various), Hummel (Flute Trio), Korngold, Martinu (Flute Trio), Mendelssohn (opp 49, 113, 114), Mozart (complete), Ravel, Rubbra, Schubert (complete), Shostakovich (op 67), Rogl (Saxophone Trio), Rota (Clarinet Trio), Sulzer (Piano Trio and Clarinet Trio), Zemlinsky (Clarinet Trio)
Brahms (op 25), Dvorák (No 2), Fauré (No 1), Hill, Mahler, Messiaen ("Quatuor pour la fin du temps"), Mozart (complete), Schnittke, Schumann
Brahms, Dohnányi (complete), Dvorák, Schönberg/Webern ("Chamber Symphony No 1"), Schubert ("Trout"), Schumann
Bach ("Goldberg Variations" as string trio), Beethoven (complete string trios), Bolling (Suite for cello and Jazz Piano Trio), Brahms (complete quintets and sextets), Bruckner (String Quintet), Francaix (String Trio), Gubaidulina ("Silenzio"), Mendelssohn (Octet), Mozart (Divertimento K 563, "Dissonance" quartet, Clarinet Quintet, Flute Quartets), Penderecki (Clarinet Quartet), Roussel (Flute Trio), Schnittke (String Trio), Schönberg ("Verklärte Nacht" and Chamber Symphony), Schubert (Octet, String Quintet and String Trios), Schubert/Matiegka: "Notturno", Shostakovich ("Blok Romances"), Strauss (Sextet from "Capriccio"), Tchaikowsky ("Souvenir de Florence"), Villa-Lobos ("Bachianas Brasileiras") and ca 50 works for multiple cellos.