The Artosphere Festival Orchestra, made up of 80 of the world's best young musicians under the direction of conductor Corrado Rovaris, returns with familiar and new faces for a two-week residency in Northwest Arkansas this month for "Artosphere," the Arkansas Arts + Nature Festival. They'll perform two concerts of orchestral works, while also participating in The Artosphere Chamber Music Series, outreach/education and Artosphere-themed community service projects. Members of the Artosphere Festival Orchestra along with guest artists will perform chamber-music recitals June 14-21st all at 7:00pm in Bella Vista, Fayetteville and Eureka Springs. Young baritone Julian Arsenault and pianist Mikael Eliasen will present "An Evening of Art Song" Wednesday June 20th at 7:00pm at Saint Paul's Episcopal Church, 224 NE Avenue, Fayetteville, with Schumann's "Liederkreis" cycle, Op.39, and "Aftermath" by American composer Ned Rorem. They perform the same program Thursday June 21st at 7:00pm at Thorncrown Chapel, 12968 Highway 62 West in Eureka Springs. Tickets are available from the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville online at www.waltonartscenter.org or by calling (479) 443-5600. For more information on the Artosphere festival visit www.artospherefestival.org/afo.