Born in Stuttgart, Gregor Huebner began studying piano and violin at the age of six. In 1994 he moved to New York to earn his MA degree in jazz piano/composition from Manhattan School of Music and was bestowed with a "President’s Award".
As a member of "Tango Five", a group founded in 1985, he performed at the World Exhibitions in Sevilla 1992 and Hannover 2000, the Olympic Games in Athens 2004, as well as Tango Festivals in Montevideo and Buenos Aires in 1998. From 1995 - 1999 he was a member of "Philharmonia Virtuosi", the Chamber Orchestra of the Metropolitan Museum.
Since 1996 he collaborates with the pianist Richie Beirach. Since 1997 he has worked with Johnny Almendra’s “Los Jovenes del Barrio”, “Eye Contact” and “Son Radical” and played with Randy Brecker, John Patitucci, Billy Hart, Mark Feldman and the Absolut Ensemble. He recorded with Joe Zawinul and Diane Reeves and is with the Sirius String Quartet and his own NY-NRG Quartet a important part of the New York music scene.
In the last years Gregor Huebner has appeared on Jazz festivals in Kork (Ireland), Tiblisi (Georgia), Montreux, New York (JVC, Bell Atlantic), Hollywood Bowl LA (Tango Festival) Stuttgart (Jazz Open) and Porto (Portugal). He performed at Carnegie Hall, the Apollo Theater, the Berlin Philharmonie. Frauenkirche in Dresden and traveled to Southeast Asia, Japan, Russia, Columbia, Mexico, Hawaii, Georgia and Spain.