Bruno Harlyson began his dance studies in 2003 with a background in jazz, hip hop and ballet. He also had experiences in contemporary dance, ballroom dancing and tap dancing. In 2015, he entered the undergraduate course in Dance at the State University of Campinas - UNICAMP. In the same year, he participated in the artistic residency and presentation of the work Multitude, by the Uruguayan choreographer and plastic artist Tâmara Cubas, performed by the International Sesc Dance Biennial.
In 2016, he joined the dance and somatic education research group Dançaberta, directed by Julia Ziviani, as production assistant and sound operator. Since 2018 acts as a producer of Dançaberta.