Dueling Pianos Home for the Holidays

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Date: Dec 13 2019, 8 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.

The Vault Club and Casino - Hainerberg Housing Bldg. 7762 Wiesbaden 65189 Google Map

Join pianists Whitney Maxwell and Polina Senderova for Armed Forces Entertainment‘s Dueling Pianos Home for the Holidays. 


Whitney has been a member of Dueling Pianos International since 2007 and has delighted audiences across the country with her warm charismatic approach to Sing A Long and Comedy. She has been on stage her entire life, beginning classical music training at age 4 and studying classical piano until she was 17. She taught piano for seven years after college and then began her training in Dueling Pianos in 2009 at Ernie Biggs in Branson, Mo. From Branson she moved on to Kansas City, Mo, Orlando, Fla, then back to her hometown of Des Moines, Iowa, to continue her career in Dueling Pianos.

Over the past 10 years, Whitney has been traveling the world sharing her talents with people in Japan, Switzerland and on cruises to the Caribbean, Mediterranean and Baltic Sea. She is a global force to be reckoned with and will charm you to the core.


Polina Senderova is a music director, multi-instrumentalist and Dueling Pianist based out of New York City. From ages 6-18 she studied at the Manhattan School of Music Precollege Division where she trained classically in piano and violin. She attended Northwestern University where she got a Bachelor’s from Medill School of Journalism, but spent most of her time directing the music for large-scale student shows, playing in pit orchestras, and being a go-to campus accompanist.
Her senior year of college, Polina was hired for a national Dueling Pianos bar, where over the next few years, she learned how to sing, play drums and bass guitar, and ultimately perform hundreds of songs on multiple instruments. She performed in 10 cities across the nation, and was ultimately chosen to launch a new Dueling Pianos venue in Cincinnati. After a few years, she took her piano bar abilities to the seas, and was hired to work as a singing pianist on Holland America Line cruise ships, as part of a popular show called "Billboard Onboard." Today, she lives in her hometown, New York City, and continues to direct music, perform at piano bars and work on a variety of other musical endeavors.

Fluent in Russian and Spanish, Polina also freelances as an accompanist, writer, and copy editor.