A Woman’s “Loud Full Body Orgasm” Interrupted An L.A. Philharmonic Performance

May 1, 2023 / Posted by:

On Friday evening, classical music lovers headed to the Walt Disney Concert Hall to hear the Los Angeles Philharmonic concert perform Thomas Adès’ “utterly arresting” violin concerto, “Concentric Paths”, and Tchaikovsky’s “powerful” Fifth Symphony. But, according to the L.A. Times, this classy evening was interrupted by a sudden scream from the balcony. Oh no! Murder at zee symphony? Um, not exactly. The sound came from a woman who was getting fingered by her boyfriend; she was loudly orgasming in public. How very gauche!

Journalist Jocelyn Silver was the first to break the news on Twitter:

Soon, a supposed audio clip of the orchestra orgasm surfaced:

Multiple witnesses told the L.A. Times that the clip was similar to what they heard on the night. One concertgoer, Molly Grant, described the sound as a “scream/moan”:

“Everyone kind of turned to see what was happening,” Grant, who was seated near the person who allegedly made the noise, told The Times on Sunday in a phone interview.

“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,” said Grant, who works for a jewelry company and lives in Los Feliz. “It was quite beautiful.”

Multiple witnesses corroborated the story, although they refuted Jocelyn’s claim that the orchestra stopped performing when they heard the orgasm. Classical pianist Sharon Shu tweeted:

Ohhhh, it was Tchaikovsky’s 5th? During the second movement? Well, then, I totally get it. That shit’s basically porn for the ears. Concertgoer, Lukas Burton, tells the L.A. Times that the orgasm was “wonderfully timed” to a “romantic swell” in the symphony:

“One can’t know exactly what happened, but it seemed very clear from the sound that it was an expression of pure physical joy,” Burton said. “A sort of classical-music equivalent of that scene in a movie where someone is talking loudly in a party or a nightclub, and then the record suddenly stops and they say something that everyone hears.”

While the outburst was clearly an unusual and surprising moment for a classic music concert, Burton described it as “rather wonderful and refreshing.”

“There was a sort of gasp in the audience,” Burton said. “But I think everyone felt that was a rather lovely expression of somebody who was so transported by the music that it had some kind of effect on them physically or, dare I say, even sexually.”

Um, was it really the music that transported this woman to O-Town? Or was it her boyfriend’s nimble fingers? I hope we never find out. I want the mystery orgasmer and orgasm-giver to get away scot-free. Broadway’s Phantom Pooper, on the other hand… I’ll never stop hunting.

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