Fu, Gurevich and Kim were also chosen for the select 118 musician, all-star Festival Orchestra that will play the encore for the concert, and Fu has been selected as its concertmaster.
Oakland Youth Orchestra concertmaster Young Sun (Angel) Kim, who is a senior at Amador Valley, also will play the BAYOF Hope Concert and has been selected as a member of the Festival Orchestra. She and Fu have played in all three of the previous Hope Concerts.
The event was begun in 2009 as a way to help kids in need while giving young musicians a chance to come together. It has raised $65,000 for Bay Area homeless and underserved youths.
Sunday's music will include works by Jean Sibelius, Samuel Barber, Aaron Copland, Alexander Borodin, Christopher Theofinidis and Gustav Mahler. The event will be presented by KDFC radio's morning host, Hoyt Smith.
For tickets, call (707) 546-8742 or visit www.santarosasymphony.com. Cost is $20 general; $60 reserved; and $15 for students under 17.
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