Join YPSO at the Movies on May 20!
A YPSO Benefit Screening of The Harimaya Bridge
Directed by YPSO Alumnus Aaron Woolfolk
Featuring Danny Glover, Peter Coyote,
Music Director/Conductor David Ramadanoff and YPSO Musicians
Thursday, May 20th 7:15pm
Rialto Cinemas Elmwood
2996 College Ave., Berkeley
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RSVP for Tickets:
Call 510-849-9776, or email
More Information:
The Harimaya Bridge
Learn More About the
Award-Winning Film and
Watch Its Trailer: Click Here

In Advance:
$20 general, $10 students/seniors, $50 family (2 adults/2 kids)
Pick up in person at Crowden Music Center, 1475 Rose St., Berkeley, on Monday, May 17, 6:30-9:30 pm;
or send a check to P.O. Box 5593, Berkeley, CA 94705.
Tickets will be held at Will Call.

At the Door:
$35 general, $20 students/seniors, $80 family (2 adults/2 kids)

“One of the best films of the year.”
 -Derek Kester, San Francisco Examiner

“It is a unique, complex, consciousness-raising accomplishment.”
 -Kevin Thomas,Los Angeles Times
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Directed by YPSO alumnus ('89) Aaron Woolfolk, The Harimaya Bridge is a drama about an American man who must travel to rural Japan to claim some important items belonging to his late son, from whom he was estranged. While there, he learns several secrets his son left behind. The movie addresses the bond and conflict between father and son, as well as the prejudices that often exist between people of different backgrounds.

YPSO Music Director/Conductor David Ramadanoff leads an orchestra of 13 YPSO alumni and current students in a brief but very vital segment early in the film. Aaron Woolfolk is the first African-American to direct a feature film in Japan.