Kevin Moehringer is a Brooklyn-based freelance trombonist, sousaphonist, composer, bandleader, and educator.  He has performed or recorded with such notable and diverse artists as The Walkmen, Skrillex, TV On The Radio, Easy Star All-Stars, Galactic, Janelle Monae, Talib Kweli, Ms. Mr., Matisyahu, Sinkane, Marco Benevento, Darcy James Argue’s Secret Society, Landlady, Slavic Soul Party, and Gregorio Uribe Big Band.  He is a regular member of Brooklyn-based bands Zongo Junction, High And Mighty Brass Band, and Breakdown Brass. He studied music at University of Buffalo under the guidance of professors Jon Nelson and Stefan Sanders, and he received his Master’s Degree from Mannes College: The New School For Music, where studied with bass trombone legend David Taylor.  He has performed for audiences in France, Germany, Turkey, Egypt, Australia, Colombia and all over North America.  His own band “Kevin Moehringer’s Slow Life” made its debut in 2011, and will release its debut album in the Spring of 2016.  Kevin’s wide range of musical influences have made him a staple of the NYC music scene and a first-call trombonist for music in all genres.