This band has done, what many men can not.
For this particular woman, her world was rocked during the second movement of LA Philharmonic’s performance of Tchaikovsky’s 5th Symphony, when she experienced what is being described as a “loud and full body orgasm.”
According to the New York Post, multiple concertgoers described the woman’s earth moving moment at a packed Walt Disney Concert Hall as “loud and full”, “SCREAMING” and even “quite beautiful”.
Magnus Fiennes who is a British composer and brother of Voldemort actor Ralph Fiennes, also was in attendance and he took to twitter to sing praise for the band who “politely carried on” as the woman “had a loud and full body orgasm” during the second movement.
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….— Magnus Fiennes (@magnusfiennes) April 29, 2023
There were some sceptics in Fiennes’ comments section, with some suggesting that the woman was having a medial episode but he responded with, “it absolutely happened,” and that he had “ran all possible scenarios.”
“Was in proximity and had no less than eight 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,” he added.
You be the judge for yourself.
During Tchaikorskys 5th symphony at the LA Philharmonic last night, apparently, a woman had a full-body orgasm just from the music. It was recorded. pic.twitter.com/uLJIGvJ3yQ— Macrodosing (@MacrodosingPod) May 1, 2023