Los Angeles, CA (Top40 Charts/ Tina Guo Official Website)
If you haven't heard her name yet, you will. Classical and electric cellist Tina Guo continues on a World Tour and has been seen on local television channels across the Western United States. Featured on shows such as "New Day Northwest" in Seattle,WA,"Saturday Morning News" in Spokane, WA, "News This Morning" in Eugene, OR, CBS "More Access" in Las Vegas, NV, and "Good Day Sacramento" in Sacramento,CA, Tina is unique, entertaining, easy on the eyes and an unbelivably talented musician. You can also read several of Tina's interviews in printed and/or online publications like Audrey Magazine, The Chicago Music
Guide, Las Vegas
Weekly, All Things Strings, and a review from Robin
Leach in the Las Vegas
At the age of 26, obviously a woman of extremely diverse talents, Tina Guo has already developed a fascinating international multi-faceted performing career as a solo classical cellist, rock/metal/fusion electric cellist, and acclaimed recording artist known for her distinctive sound and improvisatory style.
As Tina continues on the 3 year World tour, her newest record, "The Journey
" was released under her own label Guo Industries and distributed through Universal. It is a multi-genre project ranging from traditional classical works to film music to industrial metal, featuring many of Tina's original compositions. The digital version of "Forbidden City", and the accompanying video will be released on iTunes and other outlets as well. You can view Tina's tour cities on her website at www.TinaGuo.com
On the Classical side, Tina has appeared as a soloist with the San Diego
Symphony, the State
of Mexico National
Symphony, the Thessaloniki State
Symphony in Greece, the Bari Symphony in Italy, the Petrobras Symphony and the Barra Mansa Symphony in Brazil, and the Vancouver Island Symphony in British Columbia.
On the rock and metal side, Tina recently recorded solo cello for John Legend
and Tila Tequila, played on Derek Sherinian's (Dream Theater) new album with Zakk Wylde, played on the soundtrack for Hancock, Red Riding Hood, Battle: Los Angeles, Clash
of the Titans, Predators, The Fast and the Furious, and on the TV shows Family Guy, American Dad, King of the Hill, among others. A frequent collaborator with film composer greats including Hans Zimmer, John Debney, and Brian Tyler, Tina has been the featured cello and electric cello soloist on Sherlock Holmes, Iron Man 2, Inception, and Abduction. Her solos on the electric cello are also featured on the season's score of Iron Chef and her arrangement and performance of "The Flight of the Bumble-Bee" was featured in the end credits for Ben Stiller's The Heartbreak Kid.
Tina's instrumental metal music video for her song "Queen Bee" premiered at the LA Downtown Film Festival and won "Best Music
Video/Short Film." "Queen Bee" was also nominated for Best Music
Video by the Hollywood Music
and Media Awards. "Queen Bee" and "Forbidden City" are also both available for download to play on the Rock Band Network.
Tina endorses ENGL Amps, Coffin Case, Voodoo Lab, Reunion Blues & Kaces, Zoom, Samson, Shrine Clothing, and PickWorld. Tina plays on the new Cambiare GUO Electric Cello, an instrument she designed in partnership with Cambiare, available for retail in late 2011. She also has a new line of Rosin in partnership with the company Magic Rosin debuting this Fall with a full line of rosins geared towards both classical and alternative string players.
New Cambiare GUO Electric Cello
QUEEN BEE and FORBIDDEN CITY Available for Rockband
Tina's catalog of music products is available on iTunes