For her Symphonic Poem "Genesis" Bracha was awarded the ACUM Award, Israel (2019-20). Her Variations for solo piano won the Renee B. Fisher Composer Awards 2022-3, New Haven, Connecticut. Her electronic work UrbaNature won the Lala Awards competition held by Pleroma Records, Poland (2020). With her composition Yizkerem, for a-cappella choir, she was chosen as one of the composers in representing Israel at the Asian Composers League Festival, Taiwan (2018). That same year, Yizkerem was also awarded a prize in the International Choral Writing Competition named after A.D Kastalsky – Moscow (2018).
Bracha's repertoire spans many mediums including orchestral music, chamber, vocal and electronic music, as well as music for dance and theater. Her musical compositions and edited works have been performed around the world, including:
Bracha Bdil is a member of the Israel Composers' League and her works are published by the Israel Music Institute. Bracha has been a lecturer for the faculty of music at the Levinsky College of Music Education, the Jerusalem College, and at the Ron Shulamit Conservatory, she has also worked as a pianist in dance classes at the Wingate College and in theater performances. Beginning in the fall of 2018, Bracha became the artistic director and chief conductor of the Zmora Women's Orchestra in Jerusalem.