The MNJGS is pleased to present Janet Horvath speaking on "Pursuing
Our History: Researching When Ancestors Are Gone."
The program will be held on Thursday, May 23, 2019 at 7:00 pm
Knollwood Place Auditoreum, 3630 Phillips Parkway, St. Louis Park, MN
About The Event
A generation has been darkened by the Holocaust’s long shadow. Many of
us have embarked on a quest to learn about our history, often to uncover
and make meaning of a fraught upbringing and its effects. Learn how
Janet Horvath has unearthed the story of her family, exploring truths of
the past and discovering relatives who were once unknown.
Janet was the associate principal cello of the Minnesota Orchestra for
three decades. She has appeared as soloist with orchestra, and in recital
and chamber music throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia.
She earned her master’s degree in music performance >from Indiana
University. Since leaving the orchestra in 2010, she has focused on
writing, completing her MFA in creative writing >from Hamline University.
She has completed a new manuscript, Piercing the Silence, a true story of
her parents' experiences, their return to life, of human resilience, and
music's life-bringing and healing power.
Admission to the program is free for members and $5 for non-members.
Membership is $25/year, single; $36/year family. Please register for the
talk through the MNJGS.org website at Events.
Questions can be submitted by email through MNJGS.org or by phone to
Walter Elias at (612)-743-3234.
Walter Elias, MNJGS President