Dr. Morton Gold, Organist and Choir Director
Dr. Morton Gold was professor of music and conductor of the Chorale and Wind Ensemble at Nasson College from 1964 to 1982. During that time he was organist at the Methodist and Uniterian Churches in Sanford and South Congregational Church in Kennebunkport, ME.
A respected composer, his oratorio "Haggadah: A Search for Freedom" was broadcast nationally on Public Television and he also conducted the Boston "Pops" Orchestra in his own compositions. He spent nineteen years in Rutland, VT, where he taught at Castleton State College, the College of St. Joseph, public and parochial schools. During this time he presented annual concerts of his own music and was the "church musician" at the Federated Church in Castleton and Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Rutland, VT.
Although technically retired, he continues to compose and has become a music and drama critic for the Biddeford Journal-Tribune. He is married, has three children and at last count seven beautiful grandchildren and is very happy to be back in Springvale/Sanford, Maine.
Choir Members: Roy Tobin, Richard Watson,
Gene Smith, Betsy Jane Reilly, Marie Bean, Nancy-Alice Salisbury, Donna France, Ginger Otis,
Marjorie Dussault, Jan Funk, Robin Gardner