• Radamés is 20 years old.





  • Born in April 10th, in Porto Alegre (Capital of Rio Grande do Sul State, RS) Maria Terezinha, the youngest sister of five Gnattali brothers, to whom Radamés dedicates his Tocata for piano solo in 1944.



Maria Teresinha Gnattali


  • Back to Porto Alegre, after the great success of his recitals in São Paulo and in Rio de Janeiro, Radamés integrates the Henrique Oswald Quartet, as a viola player, with the Brothers Sotero e Luiz Cosme (violins) and Carlos Kromer (cello).



Quarteto Henrique Oswald
Theatro São Pedro (Porto Alegre, RS)




  • Radamés composes:
    • Batuque, para piano [1] – dedicated to his friend Omar Fonseca.



Olinda Alessandrini, piano
FUNPROARTE – s/nº (POA, s/d)




  • Mayrink Veiga Radio is founded in Rio de Janeiro (Capital of Rio de Janeiro State, RJ) where Radamés intensely works both as a pianist of concert and popular music.


  • Born in Manhaçu (Minas Gerais State, MG), the singer Zezé Gonzaga (Maria José Gonzaga, 1926-2008). Radamés referred to her as the best tuned voice in Brazil.



  • Washington Luís becomes the President of Brazil up to October 24th, 1930. He was the last president of the so called the Old Republic.



  • [1]  Dated May 4th, 1926, Batuque is Radamés’ oldest concert piece in his private collection.