The HarrisonParrott Foundation gladly Welcomes Violinist Leia Zhu as a Patron

Updated: May 31

The honorary Patron role has been created to promote and advocate for the HP Foundation, increase public awareness of its values and activities, and help the HP Foundation engage with wider society.


Leia comments:


“I am incredibly honoured to have the opportunity to be a Patron of the HarrisonParrott Foundation.


Deeply committed to promoting arts and fostering diversity and inclusion in all forms, these values are critically important to me, and I wholeheartedly support the mission of the Foundation. Whether through funding cultural events, providing platforms for emerging artists, or creating opportunities for underrepresented groups, the work of the HarrisonParrott Foundation is truly transformative.


I am excited to play a role in its ongoing success and eager to be a part of this vital movement. I cannot wait to contribute my time, energy, and resources to help further its success.”


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She also adds:


'It is an incredible honour to be a patron for this amazing foundation. At the same time, it is a huge responsibility.


I look forward to working with my colleagues in the classical music, arts and culture sector and beyond.


I am particularly looking forward to working with the young people who are our future, our hope and our inspiration.


Classical music is one of the great things that makes our society great. It's an important part of our culture and heritage, and it deserves our support.


I'm honoured to be able to play a role in promoting classical music and the arts in general.


Thank you for this opportunity. I am honoured and privileged to be a part of HP Foundation. I know that together we can make a positive difference in the world.'