Suzanne Juyol studied at the Paris Conservatory, and made her professional debut at the Palais Garnier, in 1942, as Margared in Le roi d'Ys, followed by Fauré's Pénélope, Dukas's Ariadne, Marguerite in Berlioz's La damnation de Faust and in Gounod's Faust. Her debut at the Opéra-Comique took place in 1946, as Charlotte in Werther, other roles included: Carmen, Tosca, Santuzza in Cavalleria rusticana, etc.
She made her debut at the Monte Carlo Opera in 1947, where she began singing Wagner roles such as Kundry, the two Brunhildes and Ortrud. The success was such that she was invited to sing at the Berlin Staatsoper in Tristan und Isolde, opposite Max Lorenz, in 1951.
Just as an international career was in the making, Suzanne Juyol retired from the stage in 1960, aged only 40. She was married to Victor Serventi, a voice teacher at the Paris Opera.
- 1951 - Bizet - Carmen - Suzanne Juyol, Libero de Luca, Janine Micheau, Julien Giovanetti - Choeur et Orchestre de l'Opéra-Comique, Albert Wolff - DECCA
- 1953 - Massenet - Werther - Charles Richard, Suzanne Juyol, Agnes Léger, Roger Bourdin - Choeur et Orchestre de l'Opéra-Comique, Georges Sebastian - URANIA
- Dictionnaire des interprètes, Alain Paris, (Robert Laffont, 1982). ISBN 2-221-06660-X
- Guide de l’opéra, Roland Mancini & Jean Rouveroux, (Fayard, 1995). ISBN 2-213-59567-4