Tomáš Král studied voice at the Janáček Academy of Performing Arts in Brno under Adriana Hlavsová and at master classes with Julie Hasler, Howard Crook, Peter Schreier and Joel Frederiksen.
Since 2005, he has been collaborating regularly with Czech ensembles Collegium 1704, Collegium Marianum, Musica Florea, Ensemble Inégal and also collaborates with ensembles and orchestras like Wroclaw Baroque Orchestra, Collegium Vocale Gent, Doulce Mémoire, Red Herring, L’Aura Soave di Cremona, Cinquecento, La Venexiana, Vox Luminis, Holland Baroque orchestra, B’Rock Gent orchestra, Gli Angeli Genève.
He has presented himself at concert places and the festivals Prague Spring, Dresdner Festspiele, Festival de La Chaise Dieu, Festival de Sablé, Festival d’Ambronay, Oude Muziek Utrecht, MA Brugge, BOZAR in Brussels, Wien Konzerthaus, London's Wigmore hall, Wratislavia Cantans, Salzburger Festspiele, Musikverein in Vienna, Bach Festival Montréal and elsewhere.
Tomáš Král also devotes himself to opera, as a guest at the Moravian Theatre in Olomouc in an operatic production of Boccaccio (title role) and in Mozart’s opera Cosi fan tutte (as Guglielmo). In 2014 he took a part in the stage project with conductor Michael Hofstetter on scenic production of W. A. Mozart's Requiem and contemporary composer R. Van Schoor at Kunstfestspiele Herrenhausen in Hannover and the theater in Gießen. He also took a part of Ottokar at concert version of Weber's Freischütz at Styriarte Festival in Graz. In 2015 he took a part of main role in G. P. Telemann's adaptation of G. F. Handel's opera Riccardo Primo in the theater in Gießen. In 2016 he took part in highly appreciated scenic production of J. S. Bach’s St. John Passion with B’Rock Gent orchestra staged by Pierre Audi in Klara festival in Brussels, Wratislavia Cantans and Opera Forward Festival in Amsterdam. Same year as well he took part of Apollo in Monteverdi’s Orfeo in Opera of Dijon.
Tomáš Král has taken part in many highly recognized recordings with music of J. D. Zelenka, J. S. Bach or L. Janáček’s Moravian Folk Songs; as well as in radio (France Musique, Radio Klara, Czech Radio) and TV recordings (Mezzo, Arte or Czech Television).