He wrote more than 135 marches -- "Stars and Stripes Forever" and "The Washington Post March" are the most famous -- as well as conducted the U.S. Marine Band over a span of five U.S. presidencies. Now you can march along on a musical history tour of the important sites in conductor-composer John Philip Sousa's life, led by Dwane, who really steps into the shoes of Sousa in his one-man show based on Sousa's life. This on-foot expedition highlights key Sousa sites in the Capitol Hill neighborhood in which the D.C. native was born and raised, and reveals interesting tidbits about Sousa's life.
701 Pennsylvania Avenue Southeast
Washington, DC 20003