Good Shepherd Faith Church

Built in 1893 by Josiah Cleveland Cady, architect of the old Metropolitan Opera House and the American Museum of Natural History, Good Shepherd Faith Church is an acoustically superlative space that seats 275 listeners, and is located directly on the Lincoln Center campus, on West 66th Street in Manhattan. It was also where most of the very first Wordless Music shows happened.

152 West 66th Street,  NYC

Past shows:

May 2, 2008
Stars of the Lid
Face the Music: music of John Adams, Ira Mowitz, and Caleb Burhans

November 28, 2007
Max Richter
Assaff Weisman, piano: music of Haydn and Messiaen

October 5, 2007
Nico Muhly
Valgeir Sigurdsson
Sandro Perri
with special guests Sigur Rós and Will Oldham

May 26, 2007
Brian McBride
Steve Reich: Different Trains

April 2, 2007
Gilles Vonsattel, piano: music of Ravel and Bartók

March 23, 2007
Polmo Polpo
Torontopia “In C” Orchestra
Toca Loca: music of Andrew Staniland, Dai Fujikura, Aperghis, and Andriessen

November 15, 2006
Andrew Bird
A Hawk and a Hacksaw
Steven Beck, piano: music of J.S. Bach

September 18, 2006*
Glenn Kotche
Nels Cline
Jenny Lin, piano: music of Ligeti and Shostakovich
*inaugural concert