Adrielle Bow Belle is an indie pop singer/songwriter, dancer, and actress based in NYC. A graduate of the American Musical & Dramatic Academy in New York (College and Conservatory for the Performing Arts), Belle has since performed on America's Got Talent in Madison Square Garden for the likes of Heidi Klum and Howard Stern, and toured regionally with Broadway musicals like DreamGirls and HSM.
Bow Belle made the departure from theatre in 2014, to focus solely on her original music. She received international recognition for her songwriting prowess in 2017 for her debut single, Runaway. Her latest release is a four-track EP entitled NightLight (with an accompanying visual album) which dropped in June of 2019. The album was financed and produced via hundreds of backers on the popular crowdfunding site, KickStarter and is quickly becoming an online sensation!
Belle vehemently strives to use her art as a platform to empower others through the music and the performing arts. When not on stage or in the studio, Adrielle Belle acts as a teaching artist for children and young adults (music, voice, acting, dance). She is also the co-founder and business director of MusicVideoMoguls, a dance company in Manhattan. Her mission within arts education is especially important as it pertains to all those that can relate to her background as a former "foster kid." She believes that every person (young and old!) deserves a chance to be heard, and to have a voice. "So sing out, and dance like no one's watching!"