09/28/16: Tina Guo, Internationally Acclaimed Acoustic/Electric Cellist, Recording Artist, & Composer

Tina is an acoustic and electric cellist, recording artist, and composer.  With a multi-faceted career and mastery in a wide range of genres as a live performer, she can also be heard as a featured soloist in many Film, TV, and Game scores.
As a classical soloist, Tina’s engagements with orchestras around the world include the San Diego Symphony, the State of Mexico National Symphony, the Thessaloniki State Symphony in Greece, the Petrobras Symphony in Brazil, and the Vancouver Island Symphony in British Columbia. This year, Tina toured as a featured guest with blues legend Joe Bonamassa performing at Carnegie Hall and with Hans Zimmer in his first arena tour around Europe.  She was a soloist in Cirque Du Soleil’s Michael Jackson “The Immortal” World Tour from 2011-2013 performing in sold out arenas around the world on her electric cello.  The tour performed to over 3.7 million people and is one of the highest grossing tours of all time.   At the Grammy Awards this year, she performed with Skrillex, Diplo, and Justin Bieber.
Tina has been featured on the scores of Sherlock Holmes, Iron Man 2, Batman vs Superman, The Monkey King 2, Clash of the Titans, Red Riding Hood, Abduction, Olympus Has Fallen, Escape Plan, CSI:NY, Vikings, The Borgias, Sleepy Hollow, Dominion, Iron Chef, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (as Octavia,) Blizzard’s Diablo III and Hearthstone, Call of Duty: Black Ops II, Call of Duty: Black Ops III, Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, and Journey, which was nominated for a Grammy for Best Score Soundtrack. 
Most recently she is recording Electric and Acoustic Cello Solo for Pirates of the Caribbean 5 and working on her newest album.


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