Born in Argentina, from a polish family, he obtained the piano degree at the National Conservatory of Music in Buenos Aires studying with Antonio De Raco and Vincenzo Scaramuzza. He also took the degree in engineering at the Buenos Aires University. In 1974 he moves to Italy to study piano with Fausto Zadra, Carlo Zecchi, Guido Agosti, Nikita Magaloff and Louis Hiltbrand. He studied Composition of Electronic Music with Franco Evangelisti and Orchestra Conducting with Franco Ferrara and Leonard Bernstein at the Academy of Santa Cecilia in Rome. In 1979 he obtains his “Licence de Concert” at the Lausanne Conservatory. He became Professor of Chamber Music in the Music Conservatory of Pescara in Italy and guest Professor in the Musikhochschule in Karlsruhe (Germany). He conducted the Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra, the Saint Petersburg Philarmonica Orchestra ,OSI (Swiss Italian Radio Orchestra), the National Symphonic Orchestra in Argentina, the Arpeggione Chamber Orchestra in Austria, the Solti Georg Chamber of Budapest, the Bulgarian Chamber Orchestra, the Camerata du Paris, the Brazilian Chamber Orchestra of Curitiba, the Filarmonica Adriatica, the Sinfonica Municipal Mar de la Plata (Argentina), the Lualdi Orchestra and many others. Among his performance as a pianist, he can number concerts with Martha Argerich, Sandor Wegh, Ivry Gitlis, Dora Schwarzberg, Radu Adulescu, Jury Bashmet, Daniel Grosgurin, Gervase de Payer, Pierre Pierlot, Janos Balint, Renaud and Gautier Capuçon etc. In 1998, from the Italian Republic President Oscar Luigi Scalfaro, he has the most important aknowledgment for his Festival “Progetto Cenacolo”. He played in several prestigious concert halls and theaters in Europe and South America as the Santa Cecilia Hall at the Auditorium Parco della Musica in Rome, the Salle Pleyel, La Roque d’Antheron, the Teatro Colon and the New Cultural Center in Buenos Aires and so on. In 2016 he created ReEncuentros , a new ensemble dedicated both to classical music and sounds from all other the world. He recorded the world premiere of the Arnold Schoenberg’s Drei Kleine Klavierstücke for the label Edi-Pan (1984) and other cds for EMI, Warner Classics, Ricordi, Minstrel, Dante-Lys and Pentaphon Classics. In 2015 he recorded (Warner Classics), live from Lugano Argerich Project, the world premiere of Bacalov’s Porteña a Concert for 2 pianos and orchestra with Martha Argerich and the Italian Swiss Orchestra (conductor A. Vedernikov), the Milhaud’s Creation of the World (piano quintet version) and Nisinman’s Hombre Tango with the ReEncuentros Ensemble. Between 2001 and 2005, Hubert was also the artistic coordinator of the Martha Argerich Festival in Buenos Aires. In 2008 he took part at the Italian tour for the Vincenzo Scaramuzza anniversary with Nelson Goerner and Martha Argerich. In November 2015 he conducted and played the St. Petersburg Filarmonic Orchestra at the Bolshoi Hall.In 2017 Hubert played concerts in L’Aquila and for the Bologna Festival opening season with Martha Argerich and his ReEncuentros Ensemble In 2017 and 2018 he playded, for the Bergamo and Brescia International Piano Festival.