• the first concert VII Panorama da Música Brasileira Atual presents, at the Leopoldo Miguez Hall, UFRJ School of Music, the Radamés Gnattali (piano) and Raphael Rabello (guitar) duo interpreting, by Radamés, among other pieces, the Concertino nº 2 for guitar and piano (1951) and Noturnos for quartet guitar and piano (1958)with the participation of the UFRJ String Quartet, with the author on the piano.
Raphael Rabello e Radamés Gnattali.

  • Guitarists Sérgio and Odair Assad record and release, in France, for the GHA (Collection Guitare d’hier et d’aujourd’hui”), o Lp Gnattali, Piazzolla, Rodrigo, including the following works by Radames: Valsae Corta-jaca (two movements of the suite Retratos, dthe original for mandolin, choro ensemble and string orchestra, 1956/57) and Brasiliana nº 8, (from the 1956 original for two pianos). Released on LP in Brazil by the label Com Anima, SP, 1988.
  • Radamés participates in the launch of the First National Samba Pavilion, in Rio de Janeiro, between 11/29 and 12/02 Among the participants, Beth Carvalho, Paulino da Viola, Tom Jobim, Dona Ivone Lara, Alcione, João Nogueira, Roberto Ribeiro, Francis Hime and conductor Nelsinho, conducting an orchestra of 35 figures.
  • Radamés composes:
    • Trio nº 3 for piano, violin and cello
  • A rally of the Diretas Já movement is held in São Paulo (SP), bringing together thousands of people who demand the return of direct elections for President of the Republic.