is full profesor, choir maestro, conductor and research worker at the Music Academy named after S. Moniuszko in Gdansk and at the University of Gdansk. In the years 1999-2005 he acted as deputy dean of the Faculty of Choral conductorship. In the years 2005-2012 professor Tomczak was pro-vice chancellor of the Gdansk Music Academy for artistic and student affairs. In the years 2012-2016 he was the Head of the Chair of choral conductorship. Since 2016 he has been the director of the Institute for Choral and Oratory-Cantata Music. He is lecturer at Post-graduate Choral Maestro and Voice Emission Studies at the Music Academy named after Feliks Nowowiejski in Bydgoszcz.
Since 1992 he has been director of the Gdansk University Academic Choir. With this group he toured Poland and also made many tours abroad, performing in Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Spain, Germany, Slovenia, Sweden, Ukraine, Italy, USA, South Korea, China, Argentina and Ecuador. Under his leadership the choir won foremost national and international rewards, among others Five Grand Prix: in Vien (Austria), Pardubice (Czech Republic), Vilnius (Lithuania), Ohrid (The Republic of Macedonia) and Barczewo(Poland).
Maestro Tomczak is the winner of numerous individual conductor’s rewards (Poland, Korea, Czech Republic). He has won many university rewards as well as national and Pomeranian region awards. Among others he became the laureate of the Honorary Award of the Society of Friends of the Arts for artistic creativity in the field of music (2002) and the laureate of the Mayor of Gdansk Award in culture Splendor Gedanensis (2005). He has cooperated with world famous artists: Krzysztof Penderecki, Jan AP Kaczmarek (world premiere of “Cantata for Freedom”, Symphony “Emigra”), with Leszek Możdżer (the premiere of “Missa Gladiatoria”, with Ennio Morricone, and Jean Michelle Jarre, as well as Mikis Teodorakis, (the audio-recording of the opera “Metamorphoses of Dionysus”) and symphonic orchestras at Gdansk Music Academy and at Bremen University.
As conductor professor Tomczak cooperated with many orchestras: Polish Baltic Philharmonic, Koszalin Philharmonic, Sinfonia Varsovia, Academic Symphony Orchestra of Gdansk Music Academy and Symphony Orchestra of Bremen University. As a guest conductor he led the concert of Polish music in Korea given by Guacheon City Women’s Choir. He has run workshops on Polish choral music in Romania and Korea.
On Numerous occasions he was invited to be member of the jury at foreign festivals and competitions (Greece, Lithuania, Macedonia, Romania, Slovakia, Italy). He has been the artistic director and chairman of the Jury Of the International Choral Festival Mundus Cantat since 2007.