Rasim Ibrahimov was born on September 14, 1967 in Baku, Azerbaijan. He started school in 1974 and five years later was accepted by "Bul-Bul" Secondary Musical School under the Azerbaijan State Conservatory (Academy of Music). During his studies there he took part in the Third Republican Competition of Musicians. As a result, he was awarded a Third Degree Diploma and named as a State Prize Winner. In 1986, He entered the Azerbaijan State Conservatory (Baku Academy of Music).
In spring 1997, he partook in the Second Soviet Union Competition - Festival of National Creation (Moscow - Khabarovsk) and won the First State Prize. He graduated from the Azerbaijan State Conservatory as a qualified composer, in1994.
Rasim Ibrahimov participated in the Jerusalem International Music Competition named after Leonard Berstein, in Jerusalem. His poem "Fairy Tale" for large symphony orchestra was selected for Semi Final Rating.
He has written a number of musical works for piano, chamber and symphonic orchestra, such as "Variations" for Piano, "Poem" for Violin and Piano, Sonata for Cello and Piano (4 Parts), String Quartet, Poem "Fairy Tale" for a big symphonic orchestra, Symphony "Diptich" for a big symphonic orchestra, music for different musician groups "Deus Conservat Omnia - I", "Deus Conservat Omnia - II", "Deus Conservat Omnia - III", "Deus Conservat Omnia - IV" etc.