Some extract from press commentaries:

„... he played in total command, comprehensible and transparently ...“ [F. Liszt: Fantasy and Fugue „Ad nos, ad salutarem undam“]
Nürnberger Nachrichten

„Something unexpected happened: The audience forgot their restraint and applauded two times spontaneously. The overwhelming end of the recital was a brilliant performance of J.S. Bach‘s Toccata and Fugue in F major. Syré controlled the polyphonic structures with intelligence and sensitivity, and so the audience was extremly impressed.“
Generalanzeiger für Bonn

„The organist Wolfram Syré knows how to fascinate. His style is characterized by strong impulses, fresh, lively and full of brio“ [F. Liszt: Prelude and Fugue on B-A-C-H]
Kölnische Rundschau

„... an expressive interpretation faithful to the original [M. Reger: Fantasy «Alle Menschen müssen sterben»] ... He managed its technical difficulties with greatest ease.“
Heidelberger Tageblatt

„The reviewer has seldom heard Johann Sebastian Bach‘s Fantasy and Fugue in g Minor [BWV 542] so rousingly worked out in detail.“
Aachener Volkszeitung

„We have often heard important French organ-artists at Marienstatt who played very well; it was a great pleasure to meet Wolfram Syré as an organist of the German school who is equal to them.“
Siegener Zeitung

„... a Bach interpret of exceptional artistic importance ...“
Flensburger Tageblatt

„... an impressive recital ...“
Süddeutsche Zeitung, München

„... a sophisticated performance, extremely inspired so that one is not interested in other interpretations any more.“ [LP with V. Lübeck: The complete organ works]
Concerto

„Wolfram Syré plays on a high level of technical ability, and the b-minor-prelude [J. S. Bach] was performed in very virtuos way.“
Vårt Land, Oslo

„... we enjoy Wolfram Syré‘s fine interpretations ... The CD finishes with an excellent performance of Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy‘s well known Prelude and Fuge c Minor.“
Sunnmørsposten, Ålesund

„He handles the huge instrument [Linz cathedral] with admirable ease ... Brillant music was produced [J. S. Bach: Prelude and Fugue a Minor] virtuos and in an exasperating tempo. He showed his mastership with the first Symphony of Alexandre Guilmant.“
Oberösterreichische Nachrichten, Linz

„No organist could have worked harder than Wolfram Syré, and seldom the result was a more gladdening experience for the audience. ... with pianistic ease [Scherzo]... Syré had chosen symphony nr 8 of Charles-Marie Widor for his programme... a kind of musical big bang!“
Münstersche Zeitung

„Syré played a romantic repertory in a congenial performance at the historic Klais-organ of St Elizabeth‘s. ... Syré‘s way of playing this opera-inspired music [two pieces of Antonio Diana] was charming but at the same time all but superficial - a convincing presentation of this kind of music which is often regarded as too shallow. The rich Concert-Rondo of Alfred Hollins and the mystic Lamentation of Alexandre Guilmant were performed in a brillant and sensitive way with a colourful registration.“
Generalanzeiger für Bonn