Angley, Gladys

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Angley, Gladys

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Gladys Angley was born in Radisson, Saskatchewan in 1912, and moved to Regina in 1916. She received her early academic and musical training at Model School, Central Collegiate, Qu'Appelle Diocesan Girls' School and Regina College (University of Regina). She taught piano at various schools from 1931 until 1980, although complications due to rheumatoid arthritis forced her to curtail her public performances in 1955. From 1941 onwards she was associated with the (University of Regina) Conservatory of Music. Angley has continued to teach piano even after retirement.

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