Two Holocaust survivors, both members of the Tennessee Holocaust Commission, will speak about their personal experiences during the Holocaust to dancers and staff members of Nashville Ballet:Born in Ukmerge, Lithuania, Arthur Pais was forced to live in the Kovno ghetto after his town was destroyed. His entire family was loaded onto a train, where they were transported to concentration camps. His mother and sister were sent to Stutthof in Poland and he was sent to Dachau in Germany with his brother and father. After surviving the concentration camp and an American transport to Munich, he eventually moved to Knoxville, Tenn., where he lives now.Frances Cutler now lives in Nashville, but was born in Paris during the German invasion of France. Fearing for her safety, her parents brought her to a Catholic children’s home. There, her mother visited her until she was deported to Auschwitz in 1942, where she died.