Fazioli Pianoforti is a piano manufacturing company based in Sacile, Italy. Fazioli currently produces 110 pianos a year from its one factory, and has annual revenues of €6 million.

ABOUT FAZIOLI

In 1944, Paolo Fazioli, the youngest of six sons, was born. His father ran a successful furniture factory in Rome. Paolo demonstrated a high level of musical talent, as well as a strong interest in pianos. Later, while continuing his piano studies, he attended the University of Rome as an engineering student, a requirement for managing the family business. During his studies, Paolo visited laboratories working on pianos and restoration, while studying the available literature on the subject.

In 1969, Paolo earned his university diploma as an engineer at the University of Rome.

In 1971, Paolo earned his degree as a Pianist at the Conservatory C. Rossini in Pesaro under the instruction of Maestro and head professor Sergio Cafaro; later of the Conservatory Santa Cecillia in Rome. He also received a Master Degree in Music Composition at the Rome Music Academy where he was guided by the composer Boris Porena.

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In the meantime, the elder brothers had broadened the family business and introduced new technology for wood processing. Two new factories in Sacile had been bought for the production of wooden office furniture, as well as a further factory in Turin for the production of metal furniture. In Sacile, exotic and unique wood species were used, including Teak, Rosewood and Mahogany. The furniture is exported throughout the world under the brand of MIM (Mobili Italiani Moderni). Paolo Fazioli enters the company upon graduation, starting in Rome, afterwards moving to Turin and gaining a deep knowledge of scientific wood processing as well as production. Now confident in his planning and production skills, he starts his project of building grand pianos, beginning with a detailed study of contemporary grand piano production; analyzing the instruments consistency and performance while querying researchers and critics.

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