Date(s) - April 6, 2024
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Gregory Allicar Museum of Art, University Center for the Arts

Borahm Lee x Soundtracks for the Present Future

The Griffin Foundation Gallery: Saturday, April 6 at 1 p.m. (single concert)

Borahm Lee will perform original compositions played on Charley Friedman’s Soundtracks for the Present Future, an immersive auditory installation in the museum’s Griffin Foundation Gallery. He will explore ambient electronic realms and unique soundscapes that meld traditional and futuristic sounds.

This program is part of a unique set of concerts in collaboration with the exhibition and replacing Music in the Museum Concert Series at the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art this Spring. MitM presents free music programs featuring faculty and students from the music and the art and art history departments at CSU.

This concert is free and open to the public, but we ask for reservations as space is limited.

Please use the registration form at the bottom of this page to reserve your seat!


About the artist

Keyboardist and producer Borahm Lee is a genre bending artist, bridging the gap between traditional and modern musical realms. With nearly twenty years of touring and recording experience working with iconic artists such as Lauryn Hill, Kanye West, Lee “Scratch” Perry, and Wu-Tang Clan to name a few, Borahm has also carved his own lane, co-founding the electronic hip hop band Break Science in 2008 and serving as keyboardist and musical director for the Pretty Lights Live Band for over a decade. Borahm continues to blaze his own path with his unique live solo show, which encompasses many styles of music expressed by live keyboards and lush atmospheres, creating sonic landscapes while keeping the music intelligently grooving, as only he can do.


GAMA’s free Music in the Museum Concert Series explores the cross-fertilization of music and the visual arts through concerts in the galleries. Performances by Colorado State University music faculty and students are enriched with context provided by faculty and students from the Department of Art and Art History and the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance.

Support for this event comes from DATA (Denver-area Art-alumni Transforming the Arts) for GAMA at CSU.

DATA: Denver Art Alumni Transforming the Arts for the Gregory Allicar Museum of Art at CSU


Bookings are closed for this event.