At the age of 45, a great musician passed away of an instantaneous heart attack in Baltimore on March 18 2019. This campaign is organized by his surviving widow and children (ages 4, 14) with the goal of supporting local music talent and to offer a free venue for musical and art events. See below for more info.
Father's Day is especially tough on new widows and their young kids. To find life's purpose, we Aleksey Gavril's
family, are starting a major project: we are remodeling dad's music studio into a Performance Space and Guitar Museum "AG MusicSpace". Why?
1. To cherish and honor Dad's musical legacy, and his message of music connecting people for peace and self-development.
2. To give Alex's guitars second life by giving professionals, amateur musicians, and music lovers access to their stories and harmonies (museum will be interactive and educational).
3. To support local Baltimore music community by offering FREE space for band practices and performances.
4. To help Alex's children grow up with the community of people wrapped in their Father's spirit and love.
5. To help us grieve.
Raised funds will allow us to equip the stage, seating area, improve spacial acoustics and humidity conditions, and bring an artist to create the 'right' atmosphere. We plan to open doors in the Fall 2019. Happy Father's Day!
The venue is featured in "Alyssa and the Melaphones' " VIDEO.
It is located in Owings Mills, MD.
Alex is playing "Blackbird" to 2 month old Sasha. September 2014: VIDEO.