Karen Belz
November 07, 2016 1:43 pm
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While he’s known for pop, his musical talents are way more extensive than that. While you probably know him for tunes like “Baby,” Justin Bieber randomly played Beethoven and The Beatles, without sheet music, at a Canadian pub on Friday night. He went in to watch a game, and left making a great impression on a brand new audience.

According to fellow pub-goers, Bieber casually walked into the Fifth Pub House in Toronto to watch the Toronto Raptors game, and then spotted a piano at the bar. After asking for permission, he decided to (flawlessly) play a few tunes, and treat everyone to a brief little mini-concert. This isn’t the first time Bieber held a spontaneous piano recital, and it’s probably not the last.

While people were obviously noting the fact that the young star was singing and playing, Bieber definitely didn’t demand anyone’s attention.

 Songs that Bieber covered included “Let It Be” by The Beatles, “Apologize” by OneRepublic, and of course, Für Elise by Beethoven.

The video is an amazing reminder that at his core, Bieber still lives and breathes music. It’s kind of neat to know that he has no problem performing at the drop of a hat, especially since he’s in the mist of a tour break.

 Next on his tour, Bieber hits Austria, and then Croatia. The singer has dates planned until April of 2017, so he’s keeping pretty busy. And since we now know how he likes to de-stress, maybe one of these days we might spot him at a local bar by us!

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