Pipeline Vocal Project

Pipeline Vocal Project is an A cappella trio based in Alaska, comprised of lead, bass, and vocal percussion. This group puts a unique twist on well-known favorites from all eras, whether it’s crossing decades or genres.

PVP brings a fresh new perspective to the vocal scene with their high energy performance and ability to fill the soundscape with three voices. Being one of the only groups of its kind in the nation, their unique makeup and artistic vocal arrangements have them breaking down barriers in vocal music.

Lisa Hawkins has been an active singer, arranger, choreographer, and performer in the a cappella scene for 9 years. Lisa has toured around the world with various vocal groups, including Cape Harmony, Revel, Da Capo, and now intends to continue her musical endeavors with Pipeline Vocal Project. Having been involved in all aspects of the a cappella industry, Lisa is now Alaska’s Representative for the A Cappella Education Association and is one of the founders of Alaskappella – a non-profit designed to build and support the Alaska vocal arts community.

Adriana Latonio is an award-winning performer and is most known for being in the Female Top 10 in Season 12 of American Idol. With experience in contemporary, musical theater, and classical styles on top of years of acting and dance experience, Adriana is a triple threat. When she is not performing, she is also a vocal coach who strives to share her joy and excitement for singing, performance, choreography, and more. Molly Dieni is a seasoned musician, both vocally and as an instrumentalist (piano and guitar). She began performing and touring at the age of 8 and has been a part of the Alaskan music scene ever since. In Pipeline Vocal Project, she sings all parts, high and low, and is finding her love for being a Lady-Bass. Her versatility as a musician, with her range in vocal ability and instrumental skills, makes her a unique and multi-faceted entertainer.

Highlights from The Pipeline Vocal Project