Meet Bella Grace
Musical Inspiration: Laura Osnes
Life Motto: “Perfection isn’t achievable but if we chase perfection we can catch excellence” (Vince Lombardi)
Social Cause: Stay strong, stand up, have a voice!
Helping youth overcome emotional and physical challenges.
Bella is a dedicated student who balances academics with performing arts. Hailing from a Chinese/ French ethnicity she enjoys singing to a variety of music from classical, musical theater, to modern pop. She plays piano and guitar.
Bella has played the lead role in musicals including Cinderella, Into The Woods, Anne of Green Gables, Annie and Sister Act. She danced competitively for years and is trained in classical ballet.
She is a scholarship student at The Taylor Performance Academy of The Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto and competes vocally nationally and internationally. She started voice lessons at the age of seven. At 9 she won Junior Grand Champion at CNE Rising Stars competition and later Rise 2 Fame Grand Champion. In 2013, Bella was invited to be on Team Canada to compete at The World Championships of Performing Arts in Hollywood, CA , where she won 7 prestigious medals including a Music Industry award. Her world finalist vocal performance was streamlined live internationally.
She has performed in LA, NYC, and in Toronto at The Molsen Canadian Ampitheatre, The Bandshell and Koerner and Mazzoleni Concert Halls.
Bella plans on making music the focus of her career, and is ecstatic to be a part of Girl Pow-R. She says “Girl Pow-R is more than just a group of fortunate girls who sing…the girls empower followers and fans to be strong, make responsible choices, and bring social causes to the forefront.
Helping children find their voice is where Bella’s heart lies. She is passionate about children who have experienced hardship or trauma and show strength and determination to push through mental and physical challenges to achieve personal success.
Bella is certain Girl Pow-R can shed light on societal issues and empower and guide in times of need.
She is a true believer that music can change the world because music can change people. It is a universal language with the power to transcend barriers.
We thank Bella for her contributions to Girl Pow-R and for choreographing the song ‘The Middle’ by Jimmy Eat World and ‘Better When I’m Dancing’ by Meghan Trainor.