The attempted impersonations of various musical artists and composers added nothing to the act, and rather cheapened the artistic merit of the music. The impersonations were all of personages entirely unfamiliar to American audiences, with the possible exception of Paderewski, but Lamberti's piano solos were enjoyable, and the vilin selection at the finish enthusiastically received.
As a musician Lamberti should find place, but he has yet to secure a suitable vehicle for his talents. His present work is not properly directed.
Variety 5:2 (05/11/1907)