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The Rt Hon Lord Swraj Paul of Marylebone Chairman and Founder of Caparo Group & Chancellor of The University of Wolverhampton writes :

"I am pleased to send my congratulations to Mrs Maitreyee Sarcar for her broadcasting show Surtarang. She has made a significant contribution to the arts in the UK and I wish her continued success in all that she does to promote the appreciation of classical Asian music, art and culture, which brings people together from all over the world."
 
 
 
 
John Pymm BA Med MPhil FRSA FHEA FCIEA, Dean, School of Sport, Performing Arts and Leisure, University of Wolverhampton writes :

"It gives me great pleasure to be able to write briefly about the contribution of Mrs Maitreyee Sarcar to the Surtarang broadcasts. I have known Maitreyee Sarcar since 1996, when I first worked at the University of Wolverhampton, and during that time I have known her to be a great cultural ambassador for Indian Classical Music [ICM]. In her work with Surdhwani, she has worked tirelessly to produce performances of the highest possible standard, and has opened musical doors to those who might never have heard this music live.

It is therefore, no surprise that the Surtarang broadcasts have proved so popular, not only in Wolverhampton, but around the world. The community music of Wolverhampton has truly become music around the world and Maitreyee Sarcar should be deservedly proud of her success. I am confident that these broadcasts will continue to flourish, and I wish Maitreyee and her husband, Sistachar Sarcar all success in their future work."
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