Wolfram Syré studied in Köln, Frankfurt/Main, Hamburg and Paris organ, harpsichord and musical science. 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 of 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.