Audiences along the Wasatch Front have another chance to attend "The Winter Solstice Concerts," presented by Windham Hill recording artists. The program, presented last month in Salt Lake City, will be repeated Wednesday, Jan. 16, at Brigham Young University's Harris Fine Arts Center and Thursday, Jan. 17, in the Chase Fine Arts Center of Utah State University.

Starting time for the Provo concert is 7:30 p.m., for the Logan concert, 8 p.m.Featured will be Philip Aaberg, Liz Story and the group Nightnoise, performing music from the "Winter Solstice" recordings, traditional holiday music and original material.

For tickets to the BYU performance call 378-7444. For information on the USU performance call 750-1657.

- THE UTAH ARTS FESTIVAL is now accepting applications from visual, performing and food artists. All applications will be juried, and 80 visual artists, 50 performing artists and 20 food artists will be selected to participate in the festival, June 26-30 at the Triad Center.

Deadlines for food and performing arts are Feb. 6; for visual arts, Feb. 15. Applications are available at the Utah Arts Festival offices, 168 W. 500 North, Salt Lake City, UT 84103, or call 322-2428.

- AUDITIONS: The Treble Clef Women's Chorus, directed by Mark E. Howarth, is auditioning for new members in January. Rehearsals are held each Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Centenary United Methodist Church, 1740 S. 500 East.

Women interested in auditioning may attend any January rehearsal or call LaRue Howarth, 278-1388.