“When I first came to Mrs. Pagon for lessons I was a beginning violinist just learning my scales. I am now a violist going to college for music, thanks to Mrs. Pagon’s wisdom and guidance. I would highly recommend her for violists of any level as she can help you reach your goals, and even reach for the stars beyond what you thought possible.”
—Jacob H, student, NJ

Judy  began teaching violin and viola students shortly after her graduation from Eastman School of Music. She was an instructor at Jenkintown Music School , Baldwin School and Friends Central School in PA ,and Wilmington Music School in DE for many years. She currently teaches individual lessons out of her home in Pitman, NJ

Judy earned her NJ K-12 Music Education certification from Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ in 1992 and began teaching in Washington Township, NJ in 1993. She served as director of the Bunker Hill Middle School  string orchestra program for 8 years and currently directs the Washington Township High School Orchestra Program. The program consists of approximately 100 students who play violin, viola, cello, bass or piano. Judy teaches them all in an individual or small group setting weekly, in addition to giving them daily instruction in orchestra class.

Judy also has extensive experience coaching chamber music. In addition to the schools already mentioned, she has worked with chamber groups at Philadelphia International Music Festival and Rowan University String Camp. She runs an annual chamber music festival in Washington Township and prepares approximately 25 student groups to perform each year.