Fazioli Pianos has been producing grand and concert grand pianos since 1981, when the company was founded by the engineer and pianist Paolo Fazioli. Passion for music, great artisanship, continuous technological research and strict material selection: these are the elements required for building a Fazioli piano. FAZIOLI refuses any industrial approach to manufacturing and pursues the objective of uncompromised quality. The factory is located in Sacile, in the Province of Pordenone (60 km Northeast of Venice) in an area boasting an ancient and prestigious tradition in the art of woodworking.
Production levels revolve around 140 pianos a year, reaching not only the European and North American market, but also China, Russia, the Far East and South America, as well as various emerging countries. The collection consists of six piano models of different lengths, from the F156 baby grand to the F278 and F308 concert grands. Upon request, any aesthetic modification can be applied to every model (Art Case and Design Collection). The company currently employs a staff of 50 people. The FAZIOLI technicians represent a highly specialized team working with the passion and professionality of someone who is aware of being constantly involved in the construction of a unique and precious object destined to the world of art. The whole production process, from the initial rim bending to the finished product, lasts about two years and requires, as we like to reiterate, technological expertise, great artisanship, rigorous material selection and continuous scientific research. All of these aspects, aiming at reaching uncompromised high quality and therefore much more important than a mere “long-standing tradition”, are associated with an obsessive attention to detail and represent the distinguishing features of our pianos.
Fazioli refuses to impose limitations on Artists, convinced that they should have the freedom to choose on which instrument to play, based purely on the belief that it represents the best vehicle to express their talent. For this reason, Fazioli has always been opposed to signing exclusivity contracts with pianists, preferring instead the establishment of reciprocal partnerships for the sake of the pure artistic purpose, which should always take precedence over commercial considerations.