Looking Back

This media features toRhapsody musicians' past performances and inspirational moments. 

Busking to raise funds to help victims of the Nepal earthquake in 2015 and the Ecuador earthquake in 2016. Ian Song and Kalob Ho first started busking violin on S.E. Division Street when they were 10 years old in 2015, together with friends and younger siblings. 

Busking to raise funds for the No Kid Hungry campaign in 2017 and in 2016, for helping Feeding America to fight hunger and for helping victims of the Ecuador earthquake. Ian Song and Kalob Ho continued the busking journey for 3 years. And then, all of sudden, the journey stopped - understandably because of their growing-up related shyness and coolness. Much kudos and thanks to Ian and Kalob! The warm-hearts, coolness, and braveness of young musicians like you have inspired us to found toRhasody, so now we can keep enjoying the GOOD work journey together in friendship and collaboration.  

(From left to right) Katie Liu, Claire Youn, Hailey Youn, and Jacob Youn are performing at Doernbecher Children's Hospital, Oregon Health & Science University in 2019 before the COVID-19 breakout.

Claire Youn, Hae-Jin Kim, Hailey Youn, Jacob Youn, and Katie Liu are performing at nursing homes.

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toRhapsody musician's inspirational performances/moments of the past

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