Among the main principles of implementing pedagogical conditions of formation of personal and professional skills of the future music teachers at the vocal training ckasses in higher school we singled out the following: the principle of physical self-improvement of students; the principle of social and civic orientation of professional activities of students of Art departments; the principle of improving performance skills during concerts and theatrical activities; the principle of cultural and aesthetic approach to training. The next step of our research is oriented at the study of criteria and levels of personal and professional development of future music teachers in the process of vocal studies at the university. Problems of professional and personal development of teachers of artistic disciplines have been revealed in the works of V. Orlov, A. Pietielin, Yu. Sverliuk et al . Despite the theoretical results obtained in these studies remains unexplored in theoretical terms, and at the same time, exacerbates the practical need for solving the problem of formation of personal and professional qualities of the future teacher of vocal music in the process of teaching. The purpose of the article isto outline and substantiate the criteria and levels of formation of personal and professional qualitiesofthefutureteachersofmusicinvocaltraining. The article considers the properties inherent in the student’s age, which influence the development of the conditions for the formation of personal and professional qualities of the future specialist. In view of these features, three groups of criteria have been singled out (criteria reflecting changes in the physical state of students which are directly related to the quality of singing, criteria reflecting the students’ conscious desire to participate in sponsorship and charitable activities, criteria reflecting activity in training and participation in festivals and professional competitions), and determined the levels of becoming of personal-professionalqualities. Continuing formation after Stanislavsky exploring the field of actoe’s perception, in which to the paramount importance belongs to consistency, balance of internal and external manifestations of mood, defined in this study as congruence, M. Chekhov draws attention to the so-called “sixth sense of the actor”– a sense of partner, which he defines as “the ability to be ready ... to open” towards his/her partners. The quality of congruence indicates how sincere is the person in the expression of his/her emotions, how the ability of displaying affection is developed. To identifying the components of congruence, important were data received as a result of peer review methodology of nonverbal communication of A. Kuznetsova.