Born in 1995 and raised in Belém do Pará (Brazil), Bruna Cabral started learning drumset at the age of 11. Which led to study Percussion/Drumset at Carlos Gomes Conservatory, in both popular and classical areas.
In 2016, she gratueted in Bachelor in Music, and in 2020, she got a master's degree at Folkwang University of Arts; class of Prof. Michael Pattmann, Professional Performance.
Currently, is pursuing a master's degree in orchestra and works as a freelance artist in different musical fields, in Germany.
Has played on many projects, such as: FIMUPA Orchestra in 2015 conducted by Jacob Slagter, FIMUPA Young Orchestra in 2014 and 2015, Rostock Percussion Project (GER), and also has played Beethoven's 1st Symphony and Dvořák's 9th "New world" Symphony, as timpanist, in 2013 and 2014, in the Project “Projeto Orquestra”, conducted by the cellist Richard Markson (UK). As soloist, has played the premiere in Brazil of “El agua Zurumba” from the composer Wilson Haro, with the Symphonic Band of Carlos Gomes Foundation. Also, premiered the music “Essay N°4” in Belém do Pará – inspired by Minoru Miki’s “Marimba Spiritual” piece – for Marimba Solo and more 3 percussionists playing percussion set-ups, by conductor and trumpet player Barry Ford.
She also won the 1st Prize at X Doris Azevedo's Competition for Young Musicians, 2016, advanced category, instrument Percussion.