Teacher at the Tanglewood Music Center and trumpeter with the Boston Symphony Orchestra for almost forty years.
He started performing with the Boston Symphony Orchestra when he was seventeen.
He was an editor for the International Music Company, working on almost fifty different editions.
His father was René Voisin, another famous trumpet player.
He has recorded a lot of music solo, as well as with an orchestra; one of his well-known works is the Brandenburg Concerto #2 by Johann Sebastian Bach.