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Ben McCleland: The Birth of Organica

Violinist Ben McCleland’s experiences have taken him from classical and bluegrass to jazz and punk, and now electro-acoustic blend he calls “organica.”  WFIU’s Cliff Gagliardo has more.

Cliff Gagliardo

Born in Oxnard, California, Clifford came to Bloomington in 2005. Currently, Clifford is a student at the Jacobs School of Music, studying music composition. He joined WFIU in May 2007, working as an announcer, broadcast assistant, and Ether Game scriptwriter. Clifford has a broad set of interests, including literature, art, philosophy and film.

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