Mahmoud Khan has served as musician, conductor, composer, and engineer in the arts for over a decade. Some of his theatrical production credits include: A Fool Such as I (ETA Creative Arts Foundation) for which he won the 2010 Black Theatre Alliance Award for Sound Design, Crowns (Arizona Theater Company/ Assistant Music Director), Crowns (Portland Center Stage/Conductor), Crowns (Actors Theatre of Louisville/Conductor), Dreamgirls (Alhambra Dinner Theatre/Music Director), Crowns (Asolo Conservatory at Florida State University/Accompanist), Eyes (ETA Creative Arts/Accompanist) which won 2004 Black Theatre Alliance Award for Best Production (Musical or Revue), Black Nativity (Congo Square at Goodman Theater/Assistant Music Director and Accompanist), Once Upon A People (Black Ensemble/Conductor and Accompanist) and Tangled (ETA Creative Arts) for which he was nominated 2011 Black Theatre Alliance Award for Sound Design. Some of the recording artists and organizations with whom he has worked include Kirk Whalum, Avery Sunshine, Norman Hutchins, Micah Stampley, Mavis Staples, United Airlines, The Barrett Sisters, Wayne Baker Brooks, Walt Whitman and Soul Children of Chicago, The United Way Singers, Sue Conway and The Victory Singers, Bobby Jones Gospel, Mark, Curry, The Las Vegas Show Hitzville at Planet Hollywood and The B.B. King Allstars at the Monte Carlo, Las Vegas. Mahmoud is currently the Minister of Music at First Baptist Church of University Park. He also plays in his own band Kinetic Theory.