Tania Saleh's concert comes as her most recent album, Shwayet Sowar (A Few Images), is released in Egypt.
On her website Saleh comments on the album: "Arab men might be at war but Arab women are at peace. A woman in this part of the world is hard working, full of hope, love and positive energy. This album is dedicated to her."
Well-known to Middle East and North Africa audiences, the Lebanese singer began her career in the 1990s and since then she has released several albums.
Saleh has a long CV of collaborations with international and regional artists, among the most notable names being Ziad Raghbani.
Last time Saleh performed in Egypt was in June 2014 at El-Genaina Theatre.
She now returns to give two concerts, one at MUST Opera House in Cairo and the second one in Bibliotheca Alexandrina.
Saleh will be joined by a number of Egypt-based musicians: Andrea Segon on bass guitar, Ayman Sedky on percussion, Hesham Galal on piano, Jan Abadear on cello, Lety El-Naggar on saxophone, Mohamed Raafat on drums, Nancy Mounir on violin and Sherif Alaa.
Tuesday 24 February, 8pm
MUST Opera House, 6th of October, Cairo's outskirts
Friday 27 February, 7pm
Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria