The singer performed the Beatles tune 'Let It Be' and his own track 'Sorry'
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Following several on-stage bouts with screaming fans in front of arenas chock full of attendees, Justin Bieber scaled things way back for his latest performance.

The 22-year-old Ontario native turned a casual Friday night at a Toronto bar into an impromptu concert venue as he belted through a series of piano-driven covers in the city’s entertainment district.

According to local news, Bieber, who arrived at Fifth Pubhouse by himself to watch a Nov. 4 Toronto Raptors game, spotted the piano and asked bar management if he could play. In exchange, the bar picked up Bieber’s tab.

Bieber showed off his skills as a pianist, sitting behind the instrument as he crooned through acoustic versions of the Beatles track “Let It Be,” his own No. 1 hit single “Sorry,” and several bars of Beethoven’s “Für Elise”.

Watch clips from Bieber’s renditions of “Let It Be” and “Sorry” above, and check out the full performance at Toronto’s Fifth Pubhouse below.