Follow Z V E Z D O L I K I ensemble into the abdomen of Buenos Aires, and meet ill-omened Maria, born with a curse in her voice on a day when God was drunk. Seduced by tango, she is murdered, but her soul continues to roam the streets of Buenos Aires. Anti-clerical, blasphemous, potentially provocative and certainly scandalous, Maria de Buenos Aires is a forgotten "tangoperita" by Astor Piazzolla and Horacio Ferrer which translates the themes of seduction and fatality in traditional and Nuevo tango, culminating in a hymn to (supernatural) deviance, lust, and also religiosity. This is a live recording, performed in the studio and made in front of a live audience. Z V E Z D O L I K I, a chamber music ensemble initially based in the Norwegian church in Antwerp, was founded by flautist Oriana Dierinck in 2009. In it's programs, the ensemble combines well and lesser known, old and new composers and compositions. Combined with the concerts in the Norwegian church, Z V E Z D O L I K I also plays in cultural centres, on chamber music podia and classical music festivals.