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Interview with Cellist & Composer, Tina Guo

Alyx Jones was lucky enough to catch up with Tina Guo, on a quick break between touring with Hans Zimmer and filming new music videos! After her recent work on the Wonder Woman film and the new release of her album Game On! we had plenty to talk about and can’t wait for Tina to return to the UK in November, to the amazing venue The Round Chapel for an intimate performance of her Game On album plus some extras. Tina has lots of amazing stories and advice, hear the whole interview below:

Tina Guo is an internationally acclaimed and Grammy-nominated virtuoso acoustic/electric cellist, recording artist, and composer.  With 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.  Tina can also be heard as a featured soloist in many Blockbuster Film, Television, and Game scores.

The new album Game On! is available here and tickets for Tina’s Game On mini-tour in Manchester and London here!



Tina Guo

Game On! Tour


Tina Guo


Tina Guo

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Alyx Jones
As Head Writer for The Sound Architect, Alyx is responsible for game audio reviews and event coverage. She is also founder of Silver Script Games, as well as having an extensive background in game audio, having worked on titles such as Elden Ring, Final Fantasy VII and Borderlands 3. You can always spot her flash of pink hair!

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