The biggest claim to fame for Oskar Rieding is his contribution to Hungarian culture, specifically the musical life of Budapest. He studied at Berlin's newly created Academy of Musical Arts and then the Leipzig Conservatory. He traveled to Vienna at the end of the 1860s, where he was named conductor of the orchestra by Hans Richter, the Musical Director of the National Opera House in Budapest at the time. He stayed there for 32 years, writing violin concertos and several works for violin and piano. He stayed in Cilli until his death in 1918.
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