Wiener Volkskonservatorium

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The Wiener Volkskonservatorium was a Conservatory in Vienna established between 1923 and 1926 by Ferdinand Grossmann, Emmerich Maday, and Eduard Castle.

It was dissolved in 1938 amidst financial difficulties.

Among its faculty were Ferdinand Grossmann, who served as artistic director, Fritz Högler, who served as artistic director, Franz Burkhart, Armin Kaufmann, Viktor Korda, Walter Pach, and Walter Bricht.

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