- The great worldwide recognized singer Bidu Sayão invites Radamés to join her as pianist on a tour to the South of Brazil. In Porto Alegre, with a generous incentive gesture to the young composer, Bidu includes in the program, his Trio nº 1, para piano, violino e violoncelo (for piano, violin and cello). Executed during the third recital, on October 25th, at Teatro São Pedro, was interpreted Radamés (piano), Carlos Baroni (violin) and Nelson Cintra (cello).
- Radamés participates as accompanying pianist at the last farewell concert of the singer Bidú Sayão, performed at the Theatro Municipal do Rio de Janeiro, on December 02nd, .
- The Odeon Recording Company presents the choro Serenata no Joá and the waltz Vilma, by Radamés, with clarinet solos by Luiz Americano.
- Canção e Dança, para contrabaixo e piano (for contrabass and piano)
- Canto, sobre um tema de aboio, para fagote e piano (for bassoon and piano) – “ao meu pai” (to my father).
- Concerto nº 1 para piano e orquestra (for piano and orchestra)
- Poema nº 1 para violino e orquestra de câmara – dedicado a Célio Nogueira – (for violin and chamber orchestra)
- Poema nº1 para violino e piano – (reduction of the orchestra part for piano) – dedicated to Célio Nogueira.
- Dies in Rio de Janeiro (Capital of Rio de Janeiro State, RJ), the great composer and pianist Ernesto Nazareth, who Radamés considered as one of his major references since his early youth.
- Three more big stations show up in Rio de Janeiro: Rádio Difusora, from the City Office, (later called Roquete Pinto), Rádio Cruzeiro do Sul and Rádio Transmissora.
- The government station inaugurates the Hora do Brasil, radio broadcast reaching all over the country, that is later know as A voz do Brasil (the Voice of Brazil).
- The Second Republican Constitution is promulgated featuring the workers’ rights and regulating the women’s vote. The new laws create the Working Justice.
- Adolf Hitler assumes as the Head of State in Germany.
 Source: Hemeroteca da Biblioteca Nacional – Correio da Manhã, 12/04/1934