The article defines the essence of the concept “professional properties of the musical art teachers” through the study and analysis of documents, psychological and pedagogical literature on the research problem, the integration and concretization. Based on the study and analysis of the relevant definitions in the research literature, it was figured out that the properties of the professional teachers of musical art are defined as professionally significant personal characteristics, which determine the characteristics of his/her musical and educational activities. These properties determine the social demands of the teacher-musician in the form of certain functions, abilities, knowledge, skills, personal and professional qualities (features) and focus to professional activities. We marked out organizational and structural, targeted and others functions. Basic abilities are musical, academical, didactical, communicative, organizational, gnostic, prognostic, perceptional, constructional, leadership, creative and expression. Basic knowledge and skills are cultural, musical and pedagogical, psychological, methodological, music theory, music performance. The list is continued by pedagogical, gnostic, communicative and motor skills; professionally significant and personal features and focus on the practical implementation of the educational potential of music education of children, maintaining the image of teachers, the prestige of the profession, for the professional and personal self-improvement. Identified and described the main professionally significant features (love of musical-pedagogical activity, professional competence, musicality, communication skills, musical and pedagogical thinking) and personal features (general erudition and culture, humanity, love for children, creativity, self-improvement) of the future musical art teachers. Thus, the study created the basis to define the organizational and pedagogical conditions of formation of the most important professional properties of the future teachers of musical art and also to develop on their basis the suitable model which is the prospect of further scientific studies.