Eh, my repertoire situation is a bit tricky, but I'll see if I can post the best I can:
-Ravel Piano Concerto in G: already learned and practicing for competition 24th
-Ravel Rapsodie Espagnole (primo): in progress of learning the Feria for radio show October 27th (will do other three movements afterward)
-Schubert Fantasia in F Minor (secondo): in progress of learning
-Chopin Ballade 2 in F Major Op. 38: already learned. After concerto competition, will start practicing again for radio show October 27th
-Brahms Ballades Op. 10: will start learning after concerto competition
-Berg Piano Sonata: will start learning after concerto competition
-Beethoven Sonata in C Major Op. 53 "Waldstein": Already know the third movement, but will start learning the other two and practicing the third again either after concerto competition, or wait until after radio show.
-Bach: Any of the preludes and fugues: Probably learn after radio show
-Ravel La Valse (solo piano): Will start learning on Christmas break
-Alkan Symphony for Solo Piano 1st movement (Op. 39 No. 4): Hopefully during second semester? If not, during the summer. Also, sometime afterward, I want to do the other three movements (Op. 39 Nos. 5, 6, and 7).
now I am working on
Beethoven - Waldstein Sonata <-almost done with this
Then, I am going to start Sonata No.28 Op.101.. I know the first 2 movement somehow.
Bach - Partita No.2 in C minor
Chopin - Barcarolle in F# major Op. 60
Ravel - La Valse <- Probably will give up on this.
Also, relearning Chopin Etudes, atm Op.10 No.1,2.
Re-learning some old gems from decades gone by that have gathered dust. Beethoven's Pathetique Sonata, Chopin's Bb Minor Scherzo, the Minute Waltz. Mostly still memorized, but my technique on them is quite frightful. It's back to 1/2 speed until I can get them back under my fingers properly.