Imran Khan (1987) comes from a family of traditional musicians, Imran started playing tabla at the age of 7 and learned from the best… His grandfather is the great tabla Maestro Ustad Faiyaz Khan with whom he has shared the stage at several occasions. 

In the past decade Imran Khan has been accompanying many renowned artists and has given many solo performances, both in India and Internationally. He performed in many countries including Japan, Korea, England, The Netherlands, Germany, Slovenia and Nigeria. Imran has played at prestigious festivals and venues like Habitat Center (Delhi), Kamani Auditorium (Delhi), Embassy of Mexico (Delhi), Asian Music Conference (JPN), Saitama Arts Theatre (JPN), Yeakdang - National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts (Seoul, KR), Indian Arts Delegation (Lagos, NGA), Concertgebouw Amsterdam (NLD), Peace Palace Den Haag (NLD), Stockholm Sangeet Sabha (SWE), Hytt Dreva Festival (SWE), Copenhagen World Music Festival (DNK) and many more. His performances have been broadcasted on TV frequently and some of them are available online too.

Some of India's greatest artists have been accompanied by Imran Khan, including Ustad Aashish Khan (Sarod), Pandit Madhup Mudgal (Vocal), Shri Jagdeep Singh Bedi (Sitar), Shri Faiyaz Khan (Sarangi), Veena Murdur (Vocal) and Shrimati Meera Prasad (Sitar).

In 2019, 2022 and 2023 Imran undertook his own tours to Europe. During these tours Imran plays with various artists, both from Europe and India. 

Next to his performances Imran is an enthusiastic teacher and accompanies students at Delhi's famous music institute Gandharava Mahavidyalaya. From 2006 to 2010 he was a dedicated teacher at Delhi's National Bal Bhavan’s Summer Camp. In 2019 he taught music to aspiring musicians of different age groups in a summer camp organised by Sahitya Kala Parishad, Delhi. Imran works online too and teaches with great passion to international students from Europe and the US.

In 2010 Imran received a National Scholarship by Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India. In 2007 he received awards by Delhi Tabla Vikas Parishad and 'SA MA PA’. Next to that he has also been part of the national archiving of classical music at the Indira Gandhi National Center for Arts.