Gérard Hekking (24 August 1879 – 5 June 1942) was a Frenchcellist.
Born in Nancy, he served as first cellist of the Concertgebouw Orchestra from 1903 until 1914. In 1912 Alphons Diepenbrock composed his Berceuse (“Le Seigneur a dit à son enfant”) for him and his wife, a soprano. From 1927 until his death he taught cello at the Paris Conservatory. He died in Paris in 1942, aged 62.