His second album, “Tempus Fugit” (2011), was recorded in New York, featuring the renowned guitar player Marc Ribot (famous for his unique sound and his work with Tom Waits).
Three years later he recorded "Viatge de l'home que esturnuda", with a fusion of pop, jazz and afro-cuban beats, following a visit to Cuba during which he took lessons from Alexis Bosch.
In 2015, Oro receives an offer from Vicens Martín, director of the Dream Big Band, to sing in a Frank Sinatra tribute project. The result of this collaboration was the live show and associated record "Sinatra 100" (2016), which toured Spain and France for two and a half years.
In 2017 he recorded “Mr. Dream”, a radical turn point in his career. Mr. Dream is a showcase of Oro’s passion for black music, and features a mix of dance rhythms, pop and funk. The record’s single “I’m your DJ”, a duet with singer Sara Pi, is also Bruno’s debut on the saxophone. The record also includes “Bluthney”, a love song to his centenary grand piano, and “Barna”, homage to his birthplace.