Sina Fani Sani (Isfahan. Iran) is a composer and guitarist based in Germany. He studied classical guitar and composition with Golfam Khayam and Kiawasch Sahebnassagh at the University of Arts in Tehran and from 2017 composition with Claus Kühnl, electronic composition with Annesley Black and classical guitar with Thomas Bittermann at the Dr. Hoch's Konservatorium in Frankfurt am Main.  In 2023 he completed his Master's degree in the composition class of Gordon Kampe and additionally qualified in the field of multimedia composition at the University of Music und Theatre in Hamburg.

His interests include different aspects of scenic and performative approach to the artistic practice. In his works often using a theatrical concept, he creates different psychological states for the performers in order to treat them as independent characters, he specially studies the similarities and differences between language and music, dealing with different layers of spoken and sung texts. Also, the microtonality and the relationship between acoustic and electronic sound are other exploration fields in his music.

Sina has been recognized with numerous international prizes and scholarships. Notably, he was awarded the prize of the opera competition NEUE SZENEN VI by the Deutsche Oper Berlin and the Bach-Preis-Stipendium by the city of Hamburg in 2023. He is Artist in Residence by Künstlerhof Schreyahn for 2024-25. He has also received scholarships from the Deutscher Musikrat and the Deutsche Bank Stiftung, along with being a member of the Akademie Musiktheater heute in Franfurt am Main. Recently was his new opera D:/FACED premiered at the Deutsche Oper in Berlin. His music has also been commissioned and performed by the Hamburger Symphoniker, Ensemble Modern, Ensemble Resonanz Hamburg, Ensemble LUX:NM Berlin, Ensemble KNM-Berlin and the Duo Zöllner-Roche.

He has been a member of the Iranian National Elites Foundation since 2013 and received scholarships from DAAD the Leistungsstipendium and the PROMOS scholarship for young students, as well from the Patronatsverein of Dr. Hoch’s Konservatorium. He attended master classes, workshops and seminars with, among others, Wolfgang Rihm, Alexander Schubert, Orm Finnendahl, Stefano Gervasoni, Ulrich Kreppein und Rama Gottfried.