He was born and raised in the north of France. Antoine studied piano for many years before moving on to study trombone. While conducting his studies, he received major recognition as the first prize of the National Superior Conservatory of Paris in 1966. After being hired by several French orchestras, he was named first trombonist of the Göttingen Symphony Orchestra (Germany) in 1975. A year later , was asked as a teacher to teach the wind ensembles of the Musikhochschule in Cologne.
Between 1980 and 2005 he worked in "The System" of Venezuela in the direction of some of the most important orchestras and nuclei of the country. From 1992 to 1998 he taught at the Conservatory of the Venezuelan Youth Orchestra in Caracas. From 1994 to 1998 he was the director of Venezuelan Brass and from 1994 he participated as professor of metals in all tours conducted by the National Youth Orchestra of Venezuela to various European and Latin American countries. In addition, he was a conductor sent by Maestro José Antonio Abreu to form orchestras inspired by "El Sistema" in Chile, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Panama, Mexico and Uruguay. From 2005 to 2015 he lived in Bolivia where he worked as director of the Bolivian Youth Orchestra (SICOR), with which he had the opportunity to direct a concert for the visit of Francisco in July 2015.
Since August of 2015 he is in charge of the direction of orchestras in Arpegio along with Paul Bazalar. In addition, he is director of the section of winds.