In 2001 the new factory was finally opened. Production edged closer to the target of 100 pianos per year.
The companyís relationship with pianist Angela Hewitt became even more productive in 2003, when the artist began requesting Fazioli pianos for her world concert tours.
In May Louis Lortie used a Fazioli grand piano to perform a recital in place of Maurizio Pollini at Carnegie Hall in New York, earning glowing reviews.
During the same year The Economist reported that "some artists believe that Fazioli now makes the best pianos in the world".
In September 2003, during a memorial ceremony for the victims of the September 11 attacks in New York, 21 Fazioli pianos were used for the world premiere of "Trenodia per 21 Pianoforti" by Italian composer and pianist Daniele Lombardi.
In 2004 large orders were placed and production finally exceeded 100 units. That same year, the company transferred to new offices and the Fazioli Concert Hall was completed.
Equipped with variable acoustic devices, the hall is ideal for instrument testing, concerts and recordings.
The Fazioli Concert Hall's first Concert Season was opened by Aldo Ciccolini, playing the instrument which still stands in the hall to this day: the F278 concert grand piano, nicknamed Merlin the Magician.
In November 2006 the company celebrated its 25th year in business with a ceremony attended by dealers, staff and a number of the most devoted pianists.