Przytocki is a regular guest conductor with orchestras throughout Poland as well as with Budapest Concert Orchestra, Orchestra Sinfonica de Xalapa in Mexico, Real Filharmonia de Galicia in Spain,National Philharmonic in Warsaw, Sinfonia Varsovia, Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Capella Istropolitana in Bratislava, Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Halle, Neue Philharmonie Westfalen, Bilkent Symphony Orchestra Ankara, Janacek Philharmonic Orchestra Ostrava, National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine, Slovak Philharmonic and Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra in Bratislava, Santiago Philharmonic in Chile, Zagreb Philharmonic, New Haifa Symphony Orchesta, Staatsorchester Rheinische Philharmonie Koblenz, Jenaer Philharmonie. In 2013 Przytocki made his debut with Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, Bogota Philharmonic Orchestra, Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra.
Paweł Przytocki has participated in numerous international music festivlas, including the Athens Festival 1987, the Musikfest Stuttgart 1988, the Flanders Festival 1989, La Chaise- Dieu Festival 1996, Kissinger Sommer 1998, Bratislava Music Festival 1999 and 2006, Prague Spring 2001,Wratislavia Cantans/2005.
His guest performances and concerts tours have led throughout Europe at a great numer of venues, including the Musikverein in Vienna , the Konzerhaus in Berlin,the Bela Bartok National Concert Hall in Budapest , the Teatro Municipal in Santiago, the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris , Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels , the Musikhalle in Hamburg and Beethovenhalle in Bonn .
He has made archival recordings for Polish Radio and CD for DUX,Aurophon and Point Classic.
His recording of Rachmaninoff`s First Symphony in 1991 has been appreciated by the american“La Folia Music Review Magazine“ in a very special way. The magazin put it to the world`s five best recordings and compared it to those of Carlos Kleiber and Svjatoslav Richter.
Since 2008 Pawel Przytocki has been a professor at the Music Academy in Krakow.
Since September 2017 Przytocki has taken up the position Music Director of the Arthur Rubinstein Philharmonic in Lodz.