“Kraybill is easily one of Kansas City's – and the organ world's – treasures.”
Libby Hansen, KC Studio magazine

“Kraybill … is a one-woman orchestra whose renditions of Wagner, Tchaikovsky, Verdi and Sibelius will leave you slack-jawed.  ‘The Orchestral Organ’ will knock the socks off any music lover, even those who claim they don't like organ music.”
Patrick Neas, The Kansas City Star newspaper

“Kraybill's performance has a nice balance of verve and control.  The overall impression is of joy and pleasure in the music, which flows from her understanding and touch. … stellar performances.”
David W. Robinson, CD review, Positive Feedback magazine

“This is organ playing at its finest …” 
Lawrence D. Devoe, CD review, Blu-rayDefinition.com

“Kraybill's apt registrations and general keyboard wizardry turn her into something of a Prospero figure, very much in command of all that she surveys. … Kraybill's playing is always refined, and she brings out the music's inner voices with ease and good humour.” 
Dan Morgan, Recording of the Month review, MusicWeb International

“… extraordinary organist … one of Kansas City's most respected and loved musicians. … As the motorcycle-riding Kraybill demonstrates, organ music can be as head-banging as Metallica or as charming and sweet as a morning chorus of songbirds.” 
Patrick Neas, The Kansas City Star newspaper

“… one of the most amazing displays of virtuosic musicianship I have heard in Kansas City.” 
Paul Horsley, The Independent magazine

photo credit: Roy Inman