There are several artists going by the name "Bella".
1) Bella are a Vancouver based trio whose music gets you all tangled up in a west coast indie pop synth dream, complete with soaring guitars and unique vocals. Bella are known for their energetic and unpredictable live shows that feature multiple instrument swaps and hip-shaking dance moves to entice the audience. They have been critically acclaimed by local music magazines across the country, and Britain's NME called their song "Didn't Mean to Break Our Love" a "standout tune".
Their second album No One Will Know was released on Sept 18 2007 by Mint Records. While recording No One Will Know, Bella called in their friends Roddy Bottum and Will Schwartz (Imperial Teen) and Jason Martin (Starflyer 59) and joined forces with producer/understated mastermind Dave Carswell of JC/DC Studios (Tegan and Sara, New Pornographers). The result is a sparkling Mint Records debut that channels its influences from a synthier time - but in a gorgeous, non-ironic kind of way.
Throughout the past Bella has performed with bands such as: Pretty Girls Make Graves, The New Pornographers, Phoenix, Imperial Teen,The Most serene republic, Billy Bragg, The Brunettes, The Organ, and Viva Voce.
2) There is also a local band from North Carolina titled Bella, which play a rock/metal in an alternative nature.
3) Bella is also a 1968 born South African Singer/Songwriter with a music style ranging from Irish folk to traditional african tunes. Her released albums are Through the Eyes of a Child (1995), Tide is Turning (1999), and Forbidden Fruit (2004).
Bella Mikhaylovna Davidovich (born July 16, 1928) is a Jewish Soviet-born American pianist.
Davidovich was born in Baku, Azerbaijan, into a family of musicians and began studying piano when she was six. Three years later, she was the soloist for a performance of Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 1. In 1939, she moved to Moscow to continue her musical education. At the age of 18 she entered the Moscow Conservatory where she studied with Konstantin Igumnov and Yakov Flier. In 1949, she shared the first prize with Halina Czerny-Stefańska at the 4th International Frederick Chopin Piano Competition. This launched her on a very successful career in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, in which she appeared with every major Russian conductor and performed as a soloist with the Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra for 28 consecutive seasons. She also taught at the Moscow Conservatory for sixteen years. Bella Davidovich was one of the Soviet Union's pre-eminent artists as well as one of the few women to be admitted to the inner circle of Russian cultural life. She was married to violinist Julian Sitkovetsky. Their son, Dmitry Sitkovetsky, is a violinist and conductor.