A number of Edwards’ GEMS flute choir students have gone on to participate in her adult flute choirs in their late high school years. “To be successful at anything takes time and commitment to really learn whatever it is,” Edwards said. “Whether you’re an athlete or a writer or an actor or a dancer, they all take practice. If it was easy to be good at any of those things, then everyone would be able to do it, like breathing. With music, proper practice yields fruit quickly.”.
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“Isolation” is most distinctive for its use of a stunning prop — a voluminous white gown (by Elena Comendador) that both defines and encases Jacobs-Yu. Lang, with her modern-dance sensibilities, uses the concept of rotation as a metaphor for the evolving marital relationship. Groveling with tortured volatility, Moreno throws himself at the feet of the noble Jacobs-Yu’s expanding and contracting sense of being. But for all its metaphoric power, “Isolation’s” ponderous theatricality and dripping emotion amounted to a vessel half full.
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Rather than the somber ending from Julius Reisinger and Tchaikovsky’s original dance where the prince and Odette take their own lives to be together, Los Gatos Ballet directors have decided on the somewhat softer alternate ending. Instead, the swans will drown the evil owl sorcerer Rothbart to be free from his spell. The love story is a bit intense, too, with the prince being tricked into being unfaithful by the black swan Odile, but 17-year-old Caroline Di Napoli looks to the music to find the tragic heroine of the queen swan’s role within herself.