Today production fluctuates between 120 and 130 units per year.
The firm cooperation with prestigious university institutes on research and development projects is testament to its continuous commitment to quality and the improvement of its products.
Fazioli refuses to impose limitations on musical artists, convinced that they should have the freedom to choose which instrument to play, based purely on the belief that it is the best vehicle to express their talent.
For this reason, Fazioli has always been opposed to signing exclusivity contracts with artists, preferring instead to establish reciprocal partnerships for the sake of upholding artistic standards, which should always take precedence over commercial considerations.
Recently the famous Juilliard School, New York, bought a Fazioli grand piano. For the first time this institution - among the most important in the world for high level musical training - has broken the monopoly that it had with another historic brand for more than 80 years.
The Fazioli piano is now present at the most prestigious piano competitions, as the last editions of the Chopin Competition in Warsaw (2010) , the Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow (2011) and the “Rubinstein” in Tel Aviv (May 2014), where five out of the six finalists chose the FAZIOLI piano for their concerto performance.
Since June 2011, each Fazioli piano is built saving 1 tonne of carbon dioxide thanks to the use of electricity produced by the new photovoltaic system installed on the roof of the Fazioli factory.