Jimmy Page kept it short, sweet at Berklee commencement ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Matthew J. Lee/globe staff Rock legend Jimmy Page joined all the performers and other honorees on stage after the Berklee College of Music Commencement Concert at Agganis Arena on Friday. Matthew J. Lee/globe staff Page will receive an honorary doctorate from Berklee and will deliver the commencement address at the school’s graduation ceremony on Saturday. Matthew J. Lee He is not sure what powers will be bestowed by his honorary doctorate from the Berklee College of Music. “I can’t flirt with it, can I?” he asked with a smile during an interview before the concert. Matthew J. Lee/globe staff Jazz drummer Terri Lyne Carrington (left) smiled as she met the Led Zeppelin guitarist and two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee. Matthew J. Lee/globe staff Sam Fisher and Maddie Rice performed the Led Zeppelin song "Good Times Bad Times." Matthew J. Lee/globe staff “It’s such a thrill,” says Page of the students learning his songs. “That’s what it’s about as a musician — especially one who’s gone through a few decades.” Matthew J. Lee/globe staff The 70-year-old hopes to start playing new music, saying he’s amassed many new songs. “The writing’s on the wall, and the guitar now can be woken up.” Matthew J. Lee/globe staff Samantha DeRosa (from left), Vinny da Silva, and Brooke Stephenson performed "Satisfaction Guaranteed" during the concert. Matthew J. Lee/globe staff Tre'von Griffith and Natalia Sulca sang "You're All I Need to Get By." Matthew J. Lee/globe staff Valerie Simpson of Ashford & Simpson performed her song "I'm Every Woman." Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff Grammy-winning trumpeter-composer Thara Memory. Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff Acclaimed jazz pianist Geri Allen performed a piece she wrote called "Our Lady." Simpson, Memory, and Allen are will also receive honorary degrees.