She made her debut in Madrid and Hamburg at the ages of 23 and 25 respectively, with several recitals and a concert with Hamburger Symphoniker. Shortly thereafter, international doors opened up for her after having played the Schumann Concerto under Celibidache. She has played with European orchestras including the London Symphony, Suisse Romande, Hamburger Symphoniker, Moskow Virtuosi, Holland´s Chamber Orchestra, Rumanian RTVO, Bulgarian National, Solisti Sofia, Novosibirsk Philharmonic, Lituanian Chamber O, orchestra,, etc. as well as with the most important Spanish orchestras, under the direction of Celibidache, Ahronovith, Benzi, Blech, Georgiadis, Jóo, Spivakov, Katz, Kazandiez, Romansky, Strugala, Sondeckis etc. and the majority of Spanish conductors. Bruno has played recitals or with orchestras in London, Berlin, Hamburg, Moskow, Geneva, Baale, Leningrad, Novosibirsk, San Jose de Costa Rica, Sofía, Bucharest, Belgrad etc. and all over Spain.
Bruno’s range goes from Baroque to contemporary music. Several modern composers have dedicated works to her: Luis de Pablo, who wrote a long piece for her when she was only twelve years old, as well as Bernaola, Cruz de Castro, Rincón, .L. Turina, T. Madigan and S. Ruscio.
She has made many recordings for Spanish and European broadcasts, and Baroque, Romantic and Contemporary recordings with RCA, Hispavox, Ernos and EMI Classics.

Chopin. Preludes selection, Op.28

Schubert. Sonata in G major, Op.78

Schumann. Sonata nº2 in G minor, Op.22

Skriabin. Preludes selection, Op.11