Four Americans were guest teachers and teacher trainers at the sixth Festival Suzuki de Musica (Institute) in Santiago, Chile. They are Bruce Anderson (Florida) and Caroline Fraser-Blondet (California), piano, and Marilyn O’Boyle (Minnesota) and Louita Clothier (Iowa), violin. Caroline, Marilyn, and Louita then moved on to Lima, Peru, for their ninth annual Festival, where they were joined by Doris Koppelman (California), piano, and Tanya Carey (Illinois), cello. There were 72 trainees on all instruments at Santiago and 52 at Lima, which speaks well for the future of Suzuki teaching in that part of South America.