Since 1981, Fazioli has been producing grand and concert grand pianos. The company was founded by the engineer and pianist Paolo Fazioli.
FAZIOLI refuses any industrial approach to manufacturing and pursues the objective of uncompromised quality.
The factory is located in Sacile, in an area boasting an ancient and prestigious tradition in the art of woodworking. According to The Economist, Fazioli is the finest piano in the world. The piano are handcrafted approximately 150 instruments per year as each piano requires more than three years to produce.
The absolute “jewel in the crown” is the largest Fazioli concert grand F308. This grand comes with a fourth pedal invented by Fazioli which aims to reduce the hammer-blow distance THUS decreasing the volume without modifying the timbre, at the same time facilitating the performance of glissandos, pianissimos, rapid passages and legatos. The most interesting component of the piano are called 'Hinges' made from 18-carat Gold Plated, rendering the piano very unique.
The success of Fazioli is confirmed by the presence of the world’s most important institutions for piano training of the highest level. The famous Juilliard School in New York has recently purchased a FAZIOLI concert grand, much to the surprise, Juilliard broke with all-steinway traition and purchased a Fazioli.
FAZIOLI pianos are also present on the prestigious stages of Teatro La Fenice in Venice and the Palace of Arts in Budapest, the Beijing Grand Theatre and the Colburn School, as well as in the rooms of the Paris Conservatory and the Universities of Vienna, Graz and Salzburg…
Alongside the many competitions that make exclusive use of FAZIOLI pianos, it is worth mentioning the prestigious international competitions offering candidates the possibility of choice among many brands, including FAZIOLI, like...
In May 2017, the company was proud of seeing all finalists of the “Artur Rubinstein Piano Competition” in Tel Aviv performing all rounds on the FAZIOLI piano.
Fazioli used solid wood spruce from the district of Val di Fiemme in Italy. Trees from the region will grow to 1,000 m tall and exhibit tight growth rings, one of the most important factors contributing to FAZIOLI excellent quality. It's been understood, like the FAZIOLI pianos, Stradivarius violins, were also made from wood coming from this region. The unique features of the wood inspired the finished instruments with an exhilarating sound quality and intense tonal properties that would attract global acclaim.
Here are just a few of our amazing clients we have the pleasure to have worked with over the years