“Glee” star Darren Criss has made the night, and possibly the whole year, of the patrons of a New York gay piano bar when he launched an impromptu performance with Tony Award winner Lea Salonga.

The 26-year-old actor/singer surprised revellers of the popular gay hangout Marie’s Crisis in New York when he popped in and gave them a night they were unlikely to forget.

He took over the piano and spontaneously played “A Whole New World” from the Disney film “Aladdin.” What’s even better is that he also had Salonga to help him out with the singing part.

Salonga, by the way, was the singing voice of Jasmin in the 1992 animated film. She was also Fa Mulan’s singing voice in Disney’s 1998 film “Mulan.”

It was unclear when the momentous event took place, but a reader told the HuffPost Gay Voices that the Criss and Salonga were at the bar on the evening of November 9.

The first video shows Criss on the piano while the patrons were gathered around him to sing along. When it came to Princess Jasmin’s part in the song, Salonga then belted out her lines. The entire performance was very casual, with the audience even singing the second voice.

The second video then shows Criss introducing Salonga for a solo performance. The boisterous crowd suddenly hushed when the Broadway star sang a flawless, unrehearsed version of “On My Own,” which she famously performed numerous times playing Eponine in “Les Miserables.”

“Free concert! I’m not paying a dime for this!” Criss excitedly told camera.

Ready for goose bumps? Watch the videos below:

That wasn’t the first time the two have paired up, though.

Criss also made a surprise appearance at the Billboard / Hollywood Reporter Film & TV Music Conference in 2011 to serenade Alan Menken, the Oscar-winning composer of several Disney songs like “The Little Mermaid” and “Aladdin.”

He was singing a medley of songs when he suddenly introduced Salonga as he was on the last song, to the surprise of Menken.

Watch the performance here: