September 2, 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Adults ($20) I Students ($10) I Free Admission for 10 and under

PEI Symphony Orchestra Presents: Tuning in to Nature


Your favourite musical trail walk returns on Saturday, September 2, from 1–3 p.m. in Morell, PEI. Make your Labour Day weekend plans today by purchasing tickets to this high-demand event.

Produced by the PEI Symphony Orchestra, join community musicians in the great outdoors and reflect on the island’s recovery and regrowth one year after Hurricane Fiona. Attendees will experience the organic merging of music and sounds of the natural world while embarking upon a 45-minute trek through the Meike Trail at Kelly Green Park in Morell, Kings County, PEI. Featuring Western classical, Indigenous, Acadian, and eclectic world music, this is an event you will not want to miss!


Featured Artists

Tuning in to Nature is not your average concert. A reflection of the land’s rich cultural history, you’ll encounter musical performances by a variety of artists.

  • Adam Hill, Double Bass
  • Aki Takahashi, Shamisen
  • Branden Kelly, Marimba
  • Brendon Peters, Acadian Spoons
  • Dale Sorensen, Trombone
  • Jennifer Barrett, Classical Guitar
  • Krista Bryson, Marimba
  • Lana Quinn, Celtic Harp
  • Lynne Peters, Acadian Wooden Man Step Dancer
  • Todd MacLean, Saxophone
  • The Mi’kmaq Heritage Actors


Don’t miss out! You can find more details on their event page, here or at their website linked here.




Thank you to this year’s presenting sponsor Points East Coastal Drive. We also thank The Municipality of Morell and the UPEI Department of Music.

History Fact

Thomas McGrath, a decorated butter maker in Western Canada for many years, eventually established himself in Morell and went on to form the Morell Butter Factory in 1924.

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