In addition to teaching counterpoint, composition and form at the Vienna Conservatory, Bricht taught master-classes in piano at the Horak-Schulen in Vienna, and also was an instructor at the Mozarteum in Salzburg. He became well-known as a chamber musician and accompanist, appearing with many notable soloists, including Leo Slezak, Hilde Konetzni, Yehudi Menuhin, Ossy Renardy, Erica Morini, Arnold Rose, Felix Galimir, Gregor Piategorsky, Oscar Natzka, Frederick Buxbaum and many others. A more detailed list is located on a promotional brochure, page 1 created soon after his arrival in the United States. On page 2 of the brochure, reviews of his performances can be found.
In the United States, Bricht continued solo recitals, accompanying and coaching. He was members of the faculties of the Indiana University, and the Mason College of Music. He made regular trips to Music Mountain, CT and played chamber music with members of the Gordon String Quartet, later to become the Berkshire Quartet.
Reviewers described Bricht's playing as having a "clean, singing tone", with "shapely phrasing" and "a lush orchestral sound". Sound clips of his playing will be posted as soon as available.