For the past 2 years or so, I have been using vocal warm ups and exercises to attempt to increase my upper range. I can go down to an A1, but I cant comfortably sing higher than an E4. My choir director keeps pushing me to go higher because the highish notes that I can hit have pretty good tone. I don't know whether my range has reached it's peak and I'm destined to sing on the staff, or whether I just need to practice more. Thank you to anyone who has any suggestions.

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    – Aaron
    Feb 3, 2022 at 4:10
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    For a low bass, E4 or F4 is usually the absolute top of the range, similar to B4 or C5 for a tenor. If you truly have a solid A1 you should probably seek the guidance of a serious voice teacher -- one who counts successful professional singers among his or her students -- to be able to stay up in the stratosphere as choral "bass" parts often demand -- they're frequently written for baritone voices.
    – phoog
    Feb 3, 2022 at 8:38