Some people can’t find the G-spot and yet this woman is getting turned on by noise alone.
Molly Grant said the unnamed woman seated near her began making a commotion in the middle of the performance.
Whether it was the vibrations coming from the sound stage, the genius of Tchaikovsky, or a mix of both, Grant was shocked to find that the woman was experiencing the big O.
And no, the O doesn’t stand for orchestra.
“Everyone kind of turned to see what was happening,” she told the outlet.
“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.”
She added: “It was quite beautiful."
One attendee, composer and music producer Magnus Fiennes, took to Twitter after the performance to describe the woman having a ‘loud and full body orgasm'.
He wrote: “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....”
Journalist Jocelyn Silver also entered that chat, claiming that the entire orchestra had stopped the moment the audience member began to climax.
Now, that’s one way to conclude a musical crescendo.
“[F]riends 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,” she wrote.
“Some people really know how to live.”
However, composer Rodrigo Ruiz disputed these claims, insisting that the unknown concertgoer was actually having some sort of ‘mental breakdown’ mid-performance.
“I was there. This is not what happened. The poor woman had a breakdown of some sort," he wrote.
"Speaking to Elim after the concert (we are friends since out time together at U of M), and we were all worried it was a medical emergency."
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