Music Warehouse comes to PHS stage


Piqua Show Choir veterans Ryan Barr, left, and David Potts, lead Music Warehouse participants in a dance number as Tom Westfall, far left, provides direction and encouragement. This year’s Music Warehouse has 89 participant who will cap off a week of hard work with a Friday night performance at Piqua High School beginning at 7:30. The event is open to the public.

Piqua Show Choir veterans Ryan Barr, left, and David Potts, lead Music Warehouse participants in a dance number as Tom Westfall, far left, provides direction and encouragement. This year’s Music Warehouse has 89 participant who will cap off a week of hard work with a Friday night performance at Piqua High School beginning at 7:30. The event is open to the public.


Mike Ullery | Miami Valley Today

Piqua Show Choir veterans Ryan Barr, left, and David Potts, lead Music Warehouse participants in a dance number as Tom Westfall, far left, provides direction and encouragement. This year’s Music Warehouse has 89 participant who will cap off a week of hard work with a Friday night performance at Piqua High School beginning at 7:30. The event is open to the public.

Piqua Show Choir veterans Ryan Barr, left, and David Potts, lead Music Warehouse participants in a dance number as Tom Westfall, far left, provides direction and encouragement. This year’s Music Warehouse has 89 participant who will cap off a week of hard work with a Friday night performance at Piqua High School beginning at 7:30. The event is open to the public.
https://www.tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/2019/06/web1_060519mju_phs_musicwarehouse.jpgPiqua Show Choir veterans Ryan Barr, left, and David Potts, lead Music Warehouse participants in a dance number as Tom Westfall, far left, provides direction and encouragement. This year’s Music Warehouse has 89 participant who will cap off a week of hard work with a Friday night performance at Piqua High School beginning at 7:30. The event is open to the public. Mike Ullery | Miami Valley Today