Palace Sessions present Victory Soul Orchestra
The Palace Theatre, the City of Albany and Mirth Films are pleased to announce the next edition of The Palace Sessions featuring Victory Soul Orchestra – Wednesday, March 31st at 7pm.
Victory Soul Orchestra is a hometown horn funk favorite. The dirty sounds of New Orleans brass drive their sound with influences that include Galactic and the Dap-Kings. Fronted by Albany’s own JB aka Dirty Moses and singer Dali Soto, their combined efforts help create a funk/rap show that brings the house down. To stream the performance of Victory Soul Orchestra, as well as view previous Palace Sessions performances, visit Palace Theatre’s YouTube page.
During the stream, donations can be made to benefit the Palace Performing Arts Center, the non-profit organization that owns and operates the historic Palace Theatre. Donations can be made at: https://secure.givelively.org/donate/palace-performing-arts-center-inc/palace-sessions-keep-the-music-playing or directly through the Palace Theatre’s Text to Give program, by texting PalaceSessions to 44321.
More About the Palace Theatre
The Palace has been Albany’s iconic downtown landmark for the past eight decades, bringing the biggest names in entertainment to the Capital Region. The history and programming of the Palace is a unique and often untold story with roots dating back to the period of the Great Depression. The Palace Theatre, built in 1931, originally presented vaudeville acts, feature films and became a civic auditorium before closing its doors in 1969. The theatre maintains its original beauty and design and is a historical landmark in the City of Albany. The Palace Performing Arts Center was established in 1984 and incorporated as a nonprofit organization in 1989, created to operate the Palace Theatre. The mission of the Palace is to bring world-class arts and entertainment to New York’s Capital Region, greatly enhancing the area’s cultural and economic development. Our mission is carried out through core programming and community initiatives that include performing arts entertainment, free arts education, family-friendly performances, free summer movies, and a classic movie program series. The Palace has a significant economic footprint with over $3.5 million in ticket sales and 180,000 patrons.