Three dancers and three musicians transform the power of tradition by means of a contemporary and personal interpretation. ‘Taal’ – the Dutch word for ‘language’ – also refers to the Hindi word for ‘rhythm’. Rhythm is, in India, the connective language between dance and music, the language that the musician and the dancer have to master. In this production, the dancers and the musicians communicate with each other by means of specific rhythmic words. A language of movement emerges with which the performers show a different side of the lavish dance tradition of India.