Oumaima El-Khalil (b. 1966) is a Lebanese artist born in Baalbek. She grew up in a family of artists and began her career at the age of twelve as a singer accompanying her father on the oud. She then moved to Beirut, where she studied Theoretical Music and Sound Techniques.
She met the artist Marcel Khalifé who joined her with the Al-Mayadeen musical ensemble, and together they performed Nami Ya Saghira, Arrogance Arrogance, Beirut Streets and Ahmed Al-Arabi to name a few. She accompanied Marcel Khalifé during his concerts, which he held worldwide.
She sang for the great Arab poets such as Mahmoud Darwish, Shawki Bazia, Muhammad Abdullah, Haider Talal, Henry Zgheib, and others.
Oumaima El-Khalil married the composer Hani Siblini, which led them to perform together.