Wolfram Syré studied the organ, harpsichord and musical science in Köln, Frankfurt/Main, Hamburg, Chemnitz, and Paris. He was a student of Joseph Zimmermann, Michael Schneider, Heinz Wunderlich, Wolfgang Stockmeier, Marie-Claire Alain (organ) and Hugo Ruf (harpsichord).
From DAAD he got a sholarship for mastercourses with Anton Heiller, Luigi-Fernando Tagliavini, Ton Koopman (organ) and Joos van Immerseel (harpsichord).
He holds master and soloist degrees for organ and harpsichord and degrees as magister artium and Dr. phil. with a dissertation about the life and the compositions of Vincent Lübeck.
He is a prizewinner of the international organ competition in Bruges.
He was the artistic director of organ festivals at Bonn (D), Stade (D), and Sande (N). He was employed as organ expert by the Established Church of Hannover (D) and teacher for the Grieg-Akademiet in Bergen (N).
He works now as organist at the Marktkirche St. Aegidien in Osterode (D) and as freelance recital organist.
Wolfram Syré wrote Essays in the musical magazines »Orgel International«, »Ars organi«, »Organ«, »Organists‘ Review« and in the encyclopaedia of music »MGG«, published various editions of organ music He also played broadcast- and TV-performances, LP- and CD-recordings, e. g. the complete organ works of Vincent Lübeck and Franz Tunder at the Arp-Schnitger-organs in Stade and in Norden.
He holds regular recital tours and masterclasses at international orgelfestivals in many European countries (Austria, Belgium, Estonia, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Latvia, Poland, Tschechia, The Nederlands, Norway, Suomi/Finnland, Sweden, Switzerland).