Justin Bieber Performs With Students at a New Zealand School

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Justin Bieber played a private concert for the students of Strathallan School in Kakaka, New Zealand on Wednesday, and even performed a song with the school's music class. Strathallan won the event through a local contest.

According to Stuff, Justin first stopped by the school library to sing the song 'Rain' with a small group of students. Instead of playing guitar, the 16-year-old singer sat behind the drum kit and played percussion through the Dragon cover.

Justin was all smiles while he broke out into mini drum solos throughout the song. The students seemed delighted and awestruck as the Canadian pop star sat in the room with them. "The next song you need to learn is 'One' by Metallica," he said to the student musicians.

Justin then headed to the gym to perform for the entire school. The students rushed to get good spots on the floor, and brought their cameras to document the experience.

Justin opened with his hit single, 'Baby,' and sang several songs from his repertoire, including 'One Time,' 'Never Let You Go,' 'You Smile,' 'That Should Be Me,' and 'Favorite Girl.' Watch a video of Justin's visit to Strathallan after the jump.

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