Christmas Programmes 2022

Sun Dec 11 2022 at 11:00 am to 04:40 pm

Gardens by the Bay, Flower Field Hall (beside Flower Dome Entrance) | Singapore

Gardens by the Bay
Publisher/HostGardens by the Bay
Christmas Programmes 2022
Spread the festive cheer and show your support for a line-up of diverse performances and programmes!
About this Event


Time: 11am

Venue: Flower Field Hall, entrance beside Flower Dome

FLOWER POWER XMAS HOUR is a specially curated music sharing session that will present important and well-loved Christmas tunes such as The Christmas Song, A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square, and Sleigh Ride within the beautifully serene and meditative Flower Dome setting. Flower Power’s 5 piece band features Singapore music’s own superpowers pianist Joshua Wan, bassist Eugene Chew, Joanna Lim on saxophone and Jeremy Lee on both trombone and vocals; fronting the act is NyaLi on vocals. Come join in the occasion vibes and immerse yourself in nature while soaking in some heartwarming Christmas sounds… singing along is encouraged!


Time: 2.30pm & 4pm

Venue: Flower Field Hall, entrance beside Flower Dome

Concordia Quartet returns to Gardens by the Bay's Flower dome, following "The Sound of Norwegian Christmas" in 2021. They will be presenting a medley of local tunes, seasonal favourites and light classics to visitors of Flower dome.

*Admission is free


About the Musicians (FLOWER POWER XMAS HOUR):

JOSHUA WAN has been involved in the Singapore music scene since the 90s , as record producer, music director, educator and session musician. He currently writes/performs with his nu-soul/jazzfunk outfit, the SteveMcQueens (2013 - ). They have opened for Incognito in London’s Prestigious O2 Auditorium, and played prestigious stages such as the Singapore International Jazz Festival, Java Jazz Festival, Tokyo Summersonic Festival, Melbourne Jazz Festival, Jarasum Jazz Festival (Korea), KL Arts Festival and Tokyo Jazz Festival.

EUGENE CHEW is a versatile musician unbound by musical labels. On electric bass and double bass, he has served as performer, composer, arranger, musical director, producer and educator since 2014 with numerous acts, ensembles and companies locally and overseas. His performance credits include Jazz Association Singapore Orchestra, Metropolitan Festival Orchestra, Re:sound Collective, Singapore Armed Forces Band, Music & Drama Company, Flame of The Forest, Open Score Project, SHAK, among others. He received formal musical education as a scholar in Double Bass Performance at the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music under tutelage of Guennadi Mouzyka. In his own artistic endeavours, he leads his band, Litmus Jazz Ensemble, and is a full time member of the Lorong Boys.

ENYA is greatly sought after in the local live music circuit for her immense versatility and creative value as a genre hopping vocalist; she is also in high demand as a singing and stagecraft coach. Her over 2 decades of stage performing experience include opening for and featuring in prominent lifestyle festivals both at home in Singapore (Timbre Beerfest, Earthfest, Conscious Fest, ardenbeats) and internationally (Newport Folk Fest, Boston Greenfest, Queen’s Weekend Fest), garnering critical praise each time. She has also supported household music icons–such as Andrea Bocelli, Kristin Chenoweth, Wang Lee Hom, and Jacob Collier–in concert on world-renowned stages including Carnegie Hall, and Madison Square Garden.

In the events realm, Enya’s clientele is impressively diverse, including such established global names as BMW, Heineken, Google, Microsoft, Samsung, Dell Tech, Lululemon, Amazon, Shiseido, Citibank, DBS, Singapore Tourism Board, Woh Hup Group, Timbre Music Group, and Vogue Singapore.

About Concordia Quartet:

Concordia Quartet is a Singapore-based quartet that is part of a non-profit musicians collective, Resound Collective. The quartet made its debut in February 2020, and consists of four prize-winning musicians – Edward Tan, Kim Kyu Ri, Martin Peh and Lin Juan.

Immediately following their debut, Concordia Quartet was part of the cast in Wild Rice’s The Importance of Being Earnest. When Covid-19 pandemic restrictions prevented events in concert halls, the quartet staged two live streamed concerts, in June and September 2020. Their highly innovative June 2020 live broadcast involved players performing from their homes, and was highlighted in the September issue of BBC Music Magazine.

In early 2021, Concordia Quartet partnered the wind principals of Re:Sound Chamber Orchestra, and they were finally able to play to a live audience in October 2021. In the first half of 2022, while violinist Kim Kyu Ri spent a semester in New York on postgraduate studies, the quartet’s members worked as a piano quartet with acclaimed composer and pianist Jonathan Shin. On Kim’s return, the string quartet took part in Pacific Region International Summer Music Association (PRISMA) in Canada as string quartet-inresidence in June 2022, and thereafter presented a concert in Singapore in July 2022.

Concordia Quartet has received masterclasses and coaching from the Lafayette Quartet, Verona Quartet, Pavlo Beznosiuk, Igor Yuzefovich, Carla Leurs, Hung-Wei Huang, Brian Yoon and Leslie Tan.

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Gardens by the Bay, Flower Field Hall (beside Flower Dome Entrance), 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore, Singapore


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