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Internationally acclaimed cellist, Tina Guo, thrills in her debut album Game On! (Sony Masterworks) available February 10, 2017. The vibrant and dramatic album showcases some of the most popular and well-known video game music around with epic orchestral arrangements led by Tina Guo's high-octane solos on electric and acoustic cello. The blockbuster line-up of video game music includes covers from top-selling games Call of Duty, World of Warcraft and Halo, together with songs from all-time classics Mario, Zelda and Final Fantasy plus Journey, Chrono Trigger and Metal Gear Solid.
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Tina Guo set for upcoming VSO collaboration / Victoria Advocate
Tina Guo, an internationally acclaimed and Grammy-nominated acoustic/electric cellist, will play with the Victoria Symphony for the fourth master series concert of the season on Feb. 23. For those who do not know her name, you've definitely heard her music in blockbuster films, television shows, video game scores and even an Apple iPhone commercial. Guo is the soloist featured in the "Wonder Woman" f...
Maybe Tina Guo should have played the theme to World of Warcraft / TVOvermind
Maybe Tina Guo should have been the one to play the theme to World of Warcraft. The entire thing being done on a cello is simply amazing, and the cello she uses to start with is quite interesting to look at. Yes, she is very interesting to look at as well, not to mention beautiful, exotic, hot, and absolutely breathtaking. That is part of why I'm comfortable stating that this should been the bare bones o...
Meet the woman behind the Wonder Woman theme song / NEXTSHARK
"Wonder Woman", which absolutely smashed box office expectations earlier this month, is undeniably one of the most badass movies of this year. But aside from the incredible Amazon-like victory of the story and crew who made it possible, most will particularly remember Wonder Woman's hard-hitting theme which first played when Diana, Princess of Themyscira, lept onto the screen in full armor back in "Batma...
Battle of the Strings - Joe Bonamassa vs Tina Guo / Guitar World
Internationally acclaimed and Grammy-nominated virtuoso acoustic/electric cellist, recording artist, and composer, Tina Guo has a multi-faceted career and mastery in a wide range of genres. Her passion for musical exploration, artistic expression, and technology are expressed through live performance and visual media. Guo's debut album Game On! (Sony Masterworks) showcases some of the most ...
Wonder Woman theme gets a metal makeover from Tina Guo / POPSUGAR
While watching Wonder Woman, you'll probably come away with a lot of thoughts - "holy sh*t, that was good," likely being chief among them - but there was one thing I couldn't get out of my head: Diana's intense theme song. Anytime the Princess of the Amazons was about to kick some serious ass, a powerful, familiar cello song would play. It's the same basic theme Hans Zimmer composed for W...
Tina Guo releases new Wonder Woman theme video / EPICSTREAM
Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman was probably one of the best reveals in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and it was all accompanied by Hans Zimmer's amazing Wonder Woman theme. The cellist behind the theme, Tina Guo, has released a new music video of herself playing the theme, and it's only a shame that Gal Gadot wasn't able to contribute to the video at all. According to Nerdist, Guo herself is a talented m...
Tina Guo and ThatCelloGuy real time collaborate on Vivaldi's Double Concerto / CLASSIC fM
The powers of the internet have struck again - this time, bringing together a YouTuber and an international superstar. ThatCelloGuy, otherwise known as Cremaine Booker, uploads multitrack videos of himself playing the cello, performs with orchestras in the southeast of America and also works as a studio cellist. Tina Guo, from China, is an internationally acclaimed and Grammy-nominated virtuoso acoustic/...
Tina Guo releases new 'Wonder Woman' version / Nerdist
Although it's fair to say that last year's Batman v Superman was mostly divisive, there is one aspect that almost everyone agrees was out of this world, and that's Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman. Although she's in the movie for barely ten minutes total, she leaves quite an impression, and because of that, even the biggest critics of Batman v Superman are now looking forward to the Wonder Woman solo film from ...
Tina Guo - Game On / KSPC review
Internationally acclaimed cellist, Tina Guo, thrills in her debut album Game On! (Sony Masterworks) available February 10, 2017. The vibrant and dramatic album showcases some of the most popular and well-known video game music around with epic orchestral arrangements led by Tina Guo's high-octane solos on electric and acoustic cello. The blockbuster line-up of video game mus...
Tina Guo set to release - 'Game On' / REUTERS
Cello soloist Tina Guo is releasing her debut album 'Game On' and it's all about video games. The release features music from classics like 'Zelda', 'Mario' and 'Pokémon'. Guo says - "I feel like gaming, and movies and cinema and TV and music it really is the universal language". After playing in orchestras from the age of nine - the international performer has ...
Tina Guo brings classical twist to video game music with debut album on Sony / euronews
Cellist Tina Guo is taking video game music into the charts with her debut album, ‘Game On'. The combination is unique. She showcases some of the most popular and well-known game themes with a classical twist. You have a choice of 14 tracks on the album which was created out of the 31-year-old's enjoyment of playing video games. " I love video games and I love video game music. In the past I've als...