Kerenza Peacock is a British violinist, best known as the leader of the Pavão Quartet. She attended the Royal Academy of Music, studying with Howard Davis, and for two years was a Leverhulme Chamber Music Fellow. In 1998, the Pavão Quartet was formed, and Peacock and her group became popular artists on Classic FM, BBC Radio 3, and BBC Radio 2. Peacock has recorded many albums with the Pavão Quartet, though she has also pursued a career as a violin soloist with the Trafalgar Sinfonia in St Martin-in-the-Fields, and recorded crossover music with Adele, Paul McCartney, Céline Dion, Noel Gallagher, CeeLo Green, and P!nk, among other pop artists. She has recorded for Naxos and Signum Classics.