Born in Tel Aviv, Israel, Lee Gilboa has found her love for composition and Jazz music at a young age.
While at Berklee College of Music, Gilboa shifted her line of work from Acoustic Composition to Composition of Sound and was mentored by Neil Leonard, Dr. Richard Boulanger and Dr. Jeff Baust. Through her time at Berklee College of Music Gilboa got to perform and collaborate with a wide variety of musicians, artists and technologists such as Dr. Rui Penha, Robert Rich, Amnon Wolman and Terence Blanchard among others.
Nowadays Lee is living in Brooklyn, NY and attends Columbia University’s MFA Sound Art program. Her works deal with memory and identity through exploration of different social and personal issues and has won awards for innovative use of multimedia in music technology. Her works have been presented at Berklee Performance Center (MA), Fridman Gallery (NY), Qubit Gallery (NY), Columbia University (NY), Resonance FM Radio (UK), The Cube (VA), Montez Press Artist Residency (NY) and New York Art Book Fair at MoMa PS1 (NY)