This recording, presented here in it's entirety, is from a guest recital I performed at the University of North Texas on September 17th, 2002. Very little has been done to this recording, mostly sound enhancement and removing applause. Coughs, chair squeaks and everything else remain. Ted Cox is Principal Tubist with the Oklahoma City Philharmonic, a position he has held since 1992. Ted Cox is also a Certified Baptiste Power Vinyasa Yoga teacher with one of the world's master yoga teachers, Baron Baptiste. Mr. Cox, along with his wife Martha, own and operate their own yoga studio, Spirit House Yoga. Mr. Cox has also served on the faculty of the University of Oklahoma School of Music from 1993 to 2003. During his tenure at the University of Oklahoma, Mr. Cox served six years as both Director and artist/faculty of the International Tuba-Euphonium Workshop. Other performing credits include positions with the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra and Brass Quintet, as well as the Evansville (Indiana) Philharmonic. In addition to his experience as a performer, Mr. Cox has also served as a faculty member at Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma City University, Jackson State University and Millsaps College. July of 2002 marked the inaugural season of the Music from Greer chamber music festival held in Greer, Arizona. Mr. Cox is the co-creator of this weeklong festival, serving as both Artistic Director and as an artist in residence from 2002 to 2005. Mr. Cox is a graduate of Indiana University, where he was a student and teaching assistant of the world renowned soloist and teacher, Harvey Phillips. While attending Indiana University, Mr. Cox was awarded the prestigious Performers Certificate, the highest performance award given by the music faculty for his junior recital.