The short answer is "No".
Last night the Luxembourg Symphony Orchestra played a programme of Berlioz and Grieg at Symphony Hall, Birmingham.
My count of the loud coughs had reached double figures before the end of the first movement of Grieg's A Minor Piano Concerto played by Jean-Yves Thibaudet. I stopped counting at that point. Thibaudet followed the prolonged applause with an encore of a Brahms' Intermezzo, beautifully calming after the fireworks of the
Last night I went to a concert in Symphony Hall, Birmingham. The band was the Philharmonia conducted by Riccardo Muti and the soloist Joshua Bell in an all Beethoven programme:- the Violin Concerto in the first half and Symphony number 3, Eroica, in the second.
This is one of the world champion noisiest audiences I have come across. They cough, talk, drop things, tap and hum. The music, by the way, was fantastic (when I could hear it).