Natalia Clare (September 3, 1919 – April 8, 2007) was an American ballet dancer and instructor who performed (sometimes as Natalia Conlon) with Ballets Russes and opened her own Los Angeles studio in 1956.
Clare was born in Los Angeles to reporter Paul H. Conlon and Lilian Mettler. She studied under Bronislava Nijinska and debuted at the Hollywood Bowl in 1940. She was recruited to Ballet Russes in 1942. In 1947 she joined the Markova-Dolin Ballet, but joined the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo the following season and toured with them until 1952.
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- Anderson, Jack (April 20, 2007). Natalia Clare, 87, Dancer With Ballets Russes Troupes, Dies. New York Times
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