Nima Aziminejad . Alireza Mollahosseini . Bita Mollahosseini . Mahnaz Molapanah . Nezameddin Montazeri . Saeed Mollahoseini
Nima Aziminejad(i) born 15 September 1978
is an Iranian composer, Setar player and sound engineer.

Nima Aziminejad is Jamshid Aziminejad's son who has been an active figure in the field of satirizing, writing and directing. His TV series Khaneye Aroosakha (house of puppets) was a highly popular children's show.
Nima started learning music from his father and his brother by playing Setar at the age of eight.
Later on, he took advantage of attending classes held by the masters such as Farhad Fakhreddini, Mohammad-Reza Lotfi, Pashang Kamkar and Keyvan Mirhadi.
At the age of nineteen he began his activities in theatre, playing instruments in Azita Hajian (Iranian director/actress)'s theatre group "Green". After a while he started composing music as an individual composer for theatres and also he had activities in TV such as composing, recording supervisor, music consultant of "pooya" channel and … .
Meanwhile, he improved his skill in sound recording learning from Raymond Movsessian and Mohammad Fallahi and received his degree in sound engineering from "Fanni va Herfeii Institute". In 2005 he founded "Arattah" ensemble with his friends and there he played his Iranian composes during their concerts for the first time.
He also learned singing and singing techniques from masters Abdolkarim Paksirat and Mario Taghadossi.

Currently he is active in "Laklak" ensemble, composing, playing mainly Setar, participating in different music festivals and holding concerts.