Felipe Radicetti
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Felipe Radicetti


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Homens Partidos (Broken Men) 2000, unsigned.
SuperLisa (Brazilian edition) 2003, unsigned.
SuperLisa (Japanese edition) 2004, Koala Records
SagradoProfano (2009) Mills Records



Felipe Radicetti, classically trained as a pianist and composer, is an award-winning creator of music for film, theatre, and commercial productions.

Radicetti, based in Rio de Janeiro, is currently releasing his SagradoProfano CD, a cycle of songs reflecting African-Brazilian traditions and religious beliefs. In the lyrics and musical structure of the cycle, with an overlay of electronic sound, Radicetti incorporates the sacred and everyday experience of the African-Brazilian culture. The CD will be released in 2008.

Recently Felipe Radicetti was nominated by the Programa Rumos of Itaú. Radicetti’s show performance in Goiânia on last April 2008 was recorded for a DVD produced by the program for 2007/2009 campaign.

Radicetti's song cycle CD Homens Partidos (Broken Men), released in 2000, focuses on the inability of the common man to integrate pressures of modern life into his splitted personality. Homens Partidos features important artists as Lô Borges, Geraldo Azevedo, Cláudio Nucci and Clara Sandroni.

In 2005 Koala Records released Radicetti’s SuperLisa CD in Japan (www.superlisaonline.com). The SuperLisa project, developed in partnership with Clarisse Grova, mixes the traditional Brazilian song structure into electronic grooves and computer arrangements. It was originally released in Brazil in 2003 and then hailed by O Globo music critic Hugo Sukman as the best electronic CD in Brazilian Popular Music.

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In December 2007, Radicetti made his 2nd artistic tour to Argentina, performing a show at the piano in tribute to Bade Powell featuring the singer Marianna Leporace (www.myspace.com/mariannaleporace) fot the III Festival Internacional Mar del Bossa, Mar del Plata, Argentina.

Radicetti's most recent music for a play is in Terminal Station, produced in London in early April 2007 as part of the Spill Festival. The play, set in the 20’s focuses on a talented, alcoholic writer trapped in a mental hospital following the death of his beloved wife. A Cia. Ensaio Aberto theatre company production.

In addition to writing many compositions for live theater, Radicetti continues to provide music for films, most recently the 2006 Anjos do Sol (Angels of the Sun), a story about child prostitution in Brazil (http://www.anjosdosol.com.br/).

In 2005, his cantata O Interrogatorio (The Interrogation) for soprano, baritone, choir, and full orchestra was performed in Rio de Janeiro and recorded that year for the Correios CD production series “A Brasilidade na Musica de Concerto’’ by the Cia. Bachiana Brasileira (http://www.bachiana.com.br/). The cantata in seven movements, written for Peter Weiss’s play Die Ermmitlung, is based on the 1964 Frankfurt trial of Nazis at Auschwitz.