Keep up with what's happening in the Bay Area's classical music scene by subscribing to our RSS feed. RSS is a service that notifies you whenever new content is posted to SFCV.
What Is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is perfect for those who want to read SFCV articles as they are posted, rather than waiting for our weekly e-mail newsletter. Subscribing to an RSS feed is different from subscribing an e-mail newsletter. Rather than filling your inbox, the notices are sent to your RSS Feed Reader. You can subscribe to this "news feed" from most web sites or blogs.
How Do I Subscribe to an RSS Feed?
Simply paste the following address into your favorite RSS Feed Reader: http://www.sfcv.org/feeds/sfcv/feed. There are a variety of formats available, and you can experiment to find the one most convenient for you. Here are a few examples of the variety of RSS readers availble today.
- Web Browsers: Directly from your favorite Web browser software; Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, etc...
- On-Line Services: Most on line providers offer RSS Readers such as Google Reader and MyYahoo
- E-mail Programs: RSS readers are now built into email programs like Apple Mail and Outlook
- Stand-alone Readers: Downloadable software applications called RSS Readers like Newsgator