Music & Art


For over 50 years, music has been the heart and soul of worship at Catalina.  We are blessed  with many talented singers and instrumental musicians  who make music a central part of our ministry to the people of Tucson.  The acoustics in our sanctuary are exceptional for music, and throughout the year it is used for concerts by various choral groups in our community.  Our recently dedicated Quimby Opus 70 IV manual / 57 rank pipe organ in memory of Ralph and Shirley Morgan is one of the most unique symphonic organs in Tucson and S. Arizona.

Tucson Masterworks performing at Catalina on April 23, 2017

Tucson Masterworks under direction of Jonathan Kim preformed works from Beethoven, Brahms and Mendelssohn in a program of the German Romantics on April 23, 2017.    Russell Ronnebaum performed Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 2, Op. 19, First Movement as the initial number of the splendid program.

Russell Ronnebaum, Pianist

On November 6, the choir performed Schubert’s Mass in G.   Click on the link below to hear this performance.

Jonathan Kim is the  Director of Music and Sacred Arts at Catalina.  Jonathan received his Bachelor of Music in vocal Performance from UC -Irvine and a Master of Sacred Music from University of Notre Dame.  He is currently pursuing a doctorate in Musical Arts in Choral Conducting at the University of Arizona. Jonathan Kim has extensive experience conducting choirs of all ages and has conducted at numerous festivals and conferences.  He and his wife, Bethany Joy are excited about the opportunity to be a part of the Catalina programs.Jonathan may be reached at 520-327-4296 x 112 or or cell (949) 246-4721;

Dennis Grannan  is Associate Director of Music &  principal organist at Catalina.  Grannan is  also Director of the Catalina Organ Festival.