Wayne Weng

“When I was rehearsing last night, the piano reminded me of a fine Bordeaux, like a Margaux or a Pauillac, which is powerful yet well-balanced, supple, and structured. What I love about Fazioli that other top pianos don’t offer is the clarity of registers throughout. The deep, roaring bass never drowns out the top as the top shines with its crystalline brilliance, while the middle register is full-bodied to keep things balanced.”