Club presented an exhibition of photos of jazz greats prepared by students and a screening of the famous 1944 jazz film “Jammin’ the Blues,” produced by Albanian-American artist Gjon Mili. Followed by a jam session featuring Albanian artists. Boom Boom Radio produced an International Jazz Day program by playing famous jazz albums and holding a quiz on great jazz artists with a CD prize.
"Jazz is really about the human experience. It’s about the ability of human beings to take the worst of circumstances and struggles and turn it into something creative and constructive. That’s something that’s built into the fiber of every human being. And I think that’s why people can respond to it. They feel the freedom in it. And the attributes of jazz are also admirable. It’s about dialogue. It’s about sharing. And teamwork. It’s in the moment, and it's nonjudgmental." - Herbie Hancock