September 2022 — Soirée Masquée
Initiated by Dr. Jean-Paul Bahary in 2015, this colorful signature event is distinguished by its most unique immersive experience. This evening has the originality of changing the theme and research project for each of its editions.
Support the funding of cancer research
6th EDITION OF THE SOIRÉE MASQUÉE
After a two-year hiatus, the Soirée Masquée returns in force to offer you a unique and immersive event as it knows how!
This year, you will live an Oscar-winning experience highlighting BLACK and WHITE, in a chic and glamorous red carpet cocktail reception.
You’ll be transported to a world where BLACK and WHITE will be featured in every aspect of the evening, from the dress code to the giant wall projections featuring vintage cinema and the early days of the Oscars.
The Black and White Gala will take place in the beautiful Belvedere Hall, located in the heart of Montreal’s Old Port.
Hosted by none other than Marina Orsini and Denis Bouchard, the event will close with an impressive musical performance featuring Lulu Hughes and Soul Orchestra, accompanied by Les Choristes (En direct de l’univers), including Jason McNally and Virginie Cummings.
Get your best BLACK AND WHITE and come experience the unique Soirée Masquée 2022!
WHEN | Friday, September 16, 2022 starting at 7:30 pm
WHERE | Belvedere of the Old Port of Montreal
WHAT | Cocktail Gala (bubbles, wine, appetizers and sweet tables will be on the menu)
DRESS CODE | Chic and glamorous, Oscars style (full tie, bow tie, long dresses, etc.) One rule: No color, black or white only.
HOW | Get your tickets here.
Since 2015, $ 404,600 has been invested in research projects and the purchase of specialized equipment.
Review of funded projects:
- 2019 : Funds were raised for research on glioblastoma, a malignant brain tumor.
- 2018: The establishment of a new research program that examines the importance of interactions between lymphoma and the environment present in the lymph nodes on the function of immune cells, in relation to the response to treatment. It will support the development of new treatments for lymphoma.
- 2017: The acquisition of a device that allows you to view cells cultured in the laboratory in real time and to monitor their behavior in the face of new treatments.
- 2016: A clinical and basic research project that revolves around a cohort of adults in remission struggling with side effects following treatment for cancer received at a young age.
- 2015: Purchase of advanced cancer tumor analysis equipment to refine diagnosis and predict response to treatment.
2022 Campaign cabinet
- Annie-Claude Auger
- Dr Jean-Paul Bahary
- Dre Houda Bahig
- Gérard Castonguay
- Stéphanie Charbonneau
- Caroline Cloutier
- Marie-Andrée Côté
- Cindy Magali Jourson
- Pierre Nollet
- Jean Perron
- Claudia Pharand
- Isabelle Rochefort
- Marcel Tremblay