Woman appears to have a 'loud and full body orgasm' during LA Philharmonic concert

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By Kim Novak

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A recent performance by the Los Angeles Philharmonic was interrupted by a rather weird noise, which concertgoers believed sounded like a woman having a "loud, full-body orgasm".

While most concertgoers had paid their ticket price to hear the orchestra perform Tchaikovsky’s Fifth Symphony, they ended up with a rather unexpected guest performer.

The Los Angeles Philharmonic had been performing at the Walt Disney Concert Hall when a moan erupted from the crowd mid-way through.

Molly Grant, who had been at the show, described the noise as a "scream/moan" which led to the whole audience turning round to see where it had come from.

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The incident occurred at the Walt Disney Concert Hall. Credit: Benny Marty / Alamy

She told The LA Times on Sunday: "I saw the girl after it had happened, and I assume that she ... had an orgasm because she was heavily breathing, and her partner was smiling and looking at her — like in an effort to not shame her. It was quite beautiful."

Composer and music producer Magnus Fiennes added on Twitter: "Went to see @LAPhil play @Thomasades and Tchaikovsky 5 last night. A woman in the audience had loud and full body orgasm during the 5th's second movement... Band politely carried on. Props to LAPhil (and Pytor Ilyich) for bringing it on...."

When another follower suggested she may have been having a medical emergency, he replied: "I ran all possible scenarios, Tourettes even. Was in close proximity and had no less than 8 other friends coincidentally attending- all had reached a similar conclusion.

"She remained for the rest of the show, Her demeanour was in evidence. My corroborated take is merely an observation. Respect maintained."

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He admitted that he hadn't considered the option that someone may have fallen asleep and been waking from a dream with a scream, which was also "plausible".

Other Twitter users had shared an audio clip which reportedly captured the moment, which other attendees confirmed to the publication was similar to the noise they'd heard on the night.

In the clip, a loud scream can be heard as the music quietens down for a moment, as the musicians carry on playing.

Another user had heard about the commotion from a friend, tweeting: "friends who went to the LA philharmonic last night are reporting that in the middle of the show some lady had a SCREAMING orgasm, to the point where the whole orchestra stopped playing. some people really know how to live..."

Despite the screams of alleged ecstasy from the crowd, the performance was otherwise uninterrupted and carried on as planned.

While the person responsible for the noise and the exact reason for it remains a mystery, one person who was seated directly behind them claimed it looked like a woman was waking up from a nightmare, similar to an attack of narcolepsy.

They told the publication: "Pretty quickly, she sort of fell onto her partner’s shoulders, and then onto his lap. And then her body went limp. Maybe like five seconds later, she kind of awoke, and that’s when she let out a scream."

Onlookers said that the woman's partner and another woman seated near her had asked her if she was OK after making the loud noise, to which she reportedly replied that she was.

Well, they do say music can move you...

Featured image credit: Visions of America, LLC / Alamy

Woman appears to have a 'loud and full body orgasm' during LA Philharmonic concert

vt-author-image

By Kim Novak

Article saved!Article saved!

A recent performance by the Los Angeles Philharmonic was interrupted by a rather weird noise, which concertgoers believed sounded like a woman having a "loud, full-body orgasm".

While most concertgoers had paid their ticket price to hear the orchestra perform Tchaikovsky’s Fifth Symphony, they ended up with a rather unexpected guest performer.

The Los Angeles Philharmonic had been performing at the Walt Disney Concert Hall when a moan erupted from the crowd mid-way through.

Molly Grant, who had been at the show, described the noise as a "scream/moan" which led to the whole audience turning round to see where it had come from.

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The incident occurred at the Walt Disney Concert Hall. Credit: Benny Marty / Alamy

She told The LA Times on Sunday: "I saw the girl after it had happened, and I assume that she ... had an orgasm because she was heavily breathing, and her partner was smiling and looking at her — like in an effort to not shame her. It was quite beautiful."

Composer and music producer Magnus Fiennes added on Twitter: "Went to see @LAPhil play @Thomasades and Tchaikovsky 5 last night. A woman in the audience had loud and full body orgasm during the 5th's second movement... Band politely carried on. Props to LAPhil (and Pytor Ilyich) for bringing it on...."

When another follower suggested she may have been having a medical emergency, he replied: "I ran all possible scenarios, Tourettes even. Was in close proximity and had no less than 8 other friends coincidentally attending- all had reached a similar conclusion.

"She remained for the rest of the show, Her demeanour was in evidence. My corroborated take is merely an observation. Respect maintained."

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Credit: Twitter

He admitted that he hadn't considered the option that someone may have fallen asleep and been waking from a dream with a scream, which was also "plausible".

Other Twitter users had shared an audio clip which reportedly captured the moment, which other attendees confirmed to the publication was similar to the noise they'd heard on the night.

In the clip, a loud scream can be heard as the music quietens down for a moment, as the musicians carry on playing.

Another user had heard about the commotion from a friend, tweeting: "friends who went to the LA philharmonic last night are reporting that in the middle of the show some lady had a SCREAMING orgasm, to the point where the whole orchestra stopped playing. some people really know how to live..."

Despite the screams of alleged ecstasy from the crowd, the performance was otherwise uninterrupted and carried on as planned.

While the person responsible for the noise and the exact reason for it remains a mystery, one person who was seated directly behind them claimed it looked like a woman was waking up from a nightmare, similar to an attack of narcolepsy.

They told the publication: "Pretty quickly, she sort of fell onto her partner’s shoulders, and then onto his lap. And then her body went limp. Maybe like five seconds later, she kind of awoke, and that’s when she let out a scream."

Onlookers said that the woman's partner and another woman seated near her had asked her if she was OK after making the loud noise, to which she reportedly replied that she was.

Well, they do say music can move you...

Featured image credit: Visions of America, LLC / Alamy