Harmony, in Music and Beyond:

Empowerment and Unity through Music!  

toRhapsody was founded in 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic and social turbulences. Based in Portland, Oregon, the organization is run by a group of volunteering musician students. We are embarking on an ambitious musical journey to empower people, unite them, and ultimately bring peace to the world. The success of this journey depends on your generous donation. Every dollar donated to toRhapsody will be used to support our musical performance, education, and fund-raising/giving-out programs for people and organizations in need (e.g., nursing homes, hospitals, schools, hunger/disaster relief organizations). Other than toRhapsody, you can choose to donate to the following charity organizations: Oregon Food Bank* and the Equal Justice Initiative**. 100% of your donation will go to the organization of your choice.

Thank you for your support!

*Oregon Food Bank helps the neighbors facing food insecurity throughout Oregon and Clark County, Washington. 

**The Equal Justice Initiative (EJI) strives to end mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the United States, to challenge racial and economic injustice, and to protect basic human rights for the most vulnerable people in American society.

toRhapsody musicians performing at Mary's Woods. From left to right, Ian Song, violin; Sarah Lee, Cello; Maggie Carter, double bass; Jacob Youn, cello; Claire Youn, violin; Katie Liu, violin.

Featured performances

Performing at a nursing home.

Ian Song, Jaewon Yune, and Kalob Ho, Violins


Jacob Youn, Cello

Performing at the Grotto.

Ian Song & Jaewon Yune, Violins; Adam Pua, Cello; Jay Choi, Viola

Claire Youn and Katie Liu. Violins

Rehearsal for a wedding ceremony 

Ian Song, Violin; Adam Pua, Cello

To watch more performances by toRhapsody musicians, visit and suscribe our YouTube channel.


We resumed in-person performances on a limited basis, both outdoor and indoor, in full compliance with health and safety protocols. Contact us if you want to reserve toRhapsody performances in places such as nursing homes, hospitals, schools, and wedding ceremonies.

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