Ricardo Mollá received his Bachelor’s Degree in trombone at the Conservatorio Superior de Música Oscar Esplá in Alicante (Spain) and the Hochschule für Musik, Theatre und Medien Hannover (Germany) with Javier García and Jonas Bylund, respectively. Personally invited by Joseph Alessi, principal trombone of the New York Philharmonic, he was awarded a scholarship by the Artists’ Society of Spain (AIE) and Foundation JONDE-BBVA to study at the prestigious The Juilliard School of New York where he obtained a Master’s Degree in Classical Music.
Besides this, he was a member of the Spanish Brass Academy, studying with Guillies Milliere, Indalecio Bonet and Carlos Gil. In addition, he has attended advanced courses and masterclasses for trombone with teachers as Michel Becquet, Christian Lindberg, Ian Bousfield, James Markey, Colin Williams, David Rejano or Mark Hampson.
 Association of Spanish Artists and Performers.
His debut as a soloist was in Carnegie Hall (Recital Weill) after winning the first prize in the New York Artist International Competition.