Following death of Gordon, Music Mountain continues on

Nick Gordon, longtime head of Music Mountain and the son of its founder, Jacques Gordon, has died. In this photo, taken in 2014, he is shown with his beloved companion, Polo, who is more formally known as American/Canadian Champion Klofbear’s Northern Lights. Photo submitted

FALLS VILLAGE — Nick Gordon, the longtime president of Music Mountain, has died, age 89. His widow, Estelle Gordon, said this week that Artistic Director Oskar Espina-Ruiz and Gordon had worked together to plan the 2018 season and the schedule is complete. 

Gordon was president of Music Mountain for 45 years but was involved with it for most of his life; his father, Jacques Gordon, founded it in 1929.

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