Bruno Cabrera is currently an Adjunct Professor of Music at Ball State University and Taylor University where he teaches percussion methods, applied lessons on drum set and percussion, and aural skills. Dr. Cabrera is also a drummer and percussionist for The Indigos; a funk/rock band from Indianapolis performing in renowned music festivals and touring from coast to coast in the US territory. During his Masters degree, Dr. Cabrera worked at Indiana University’s Latin American Music Center as a performer, arranger, lecturer and coach for the Latin American Popular Music Ensemble, group where he shared the stage and wrote arrangements for great names of Latin American Music such as Grammy Award Winners Gonzalo Grau (Venezuela), Adam Del Monte (Spain), Grammy Award nominees Pablo Aslan (Argentina), Jovino Santos Neto (Brazil), and Michael Spiro (USA). Bruno also appeared as guest artist in the recording of "Latin Love Songs" by Grammy Award Winner Sylvia Mcnair.

Dr. Cabrera performed with the “Orquestra Bachiana Brasileira” at Lincoln Center's Avery Fischer Hall under the direction of renowned Brazilian pianist and conductor João Carlos Martins and with Arthur Moreira Lima as a guest soloist.  During his earlier career at the "São Caetano Philarmonic Orchestra" he shared the stage with great names of the Brazilian popular music, such as Ivan Lins, Gal Costa and Toquinho. At "Universidade Estadual Paulista - Unesp", he was part of "Piap", group where in 2010 he was touring throughout North America, giving concerts of classical Brazilian works for percussion ensemble and presenting masterclasses on Brazilian popular music in eighteen different universities including Boston University, NIU, Manhattan School of Music and others.