Pianist Magazine: ‘Competition Winners Choose Fazioli’

LONDON, UK – The December/January Edition of the world’s biggest and best selling piano magazine included the all new 2020 Piano Buyer’s Guide, in which included a brief review of various pianos available in the world today.  In the concert grand piano category, the Italian Fazioli piano was one of only 2 pianos listed, and says that “those in the know are moving to Fazioli.”   Read the full review below and see how “the great musical education institutions are putting their money where their mouths are.”



The world of piano competitions has clearly shown that Fazioli is leading the way with the next generation of pianists. Old loyalties and stereotypes are crashing down as the concert platform proves that those in the know are moving to Fazioli.

The great musical educational institutions are putting their money where their mouths are. The Royal College of Music now has two performance spaces for Fazioli and a dedicated Fazioli teaching studio with two size B models. Trinity Laban Conservatoire has a Fazioli concert grand as its main performance piano.

Fazioli instruments were chosen for seven out of twelve performances by the finalists in the Sydney Piano Competition 2016. At the 2017 Rubinstein Competition 50% of the finalists chose Fazioli and among them the first and second prize winners!

The state-of-the-art Fazioli concert grand, which contains a new patented design action and soundboard, is rapidly becoming the choice of the next generation.

Daniil Trifonov regularly requests a Fazioli for his Wigmore Hall and Barbican recitals. And the Royal College of Music has just selected one for their opening concert next year.


Dimensions: 278cm (l)
Finishes: Standard black but to order anything is possible
Pedals: 3
Made in: Italy
PRICE: £150,000