Patricia George studied accordion and chamber music at the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp with Roger Eggermont and Theo Mertens. She graduated with honors and received the First Prize in Accordion and the First Prize in Chamber Music. Patricia also attended master classes where she was taught by Viatcheslav Semionov, today widely regarded as one of the world's most famous Russian musician and contemporary composer for bayan.
From 1995 she went on a world tour with the production "La Tristeza Complice" choreographed by Alain Platel in collaboration with the production company LOD and Les Ballets C de la B.
Patricia also collaborated with production houses such as Hussaarts & Van Lohuizen, Het Paleis, Laika, BonteHond and Pantalone.
In 2009, Patricia along with Michael De Weert, Sarah Vandendriessche, Tine Van Parys and Bart Zwaan, foundes CIRCACINCO- a place where the sensual, sensitive and distinctive tango music currently comes together. Since 2017 contrabassist Bram Decroix completes CIRCACINCO.
In addition to her work as a performing musician she writes her own music and arrangements for, among others, Accell.
She is also active as an accordion and ensemble teacher at the Academy of Art "de Kunstbrug Ghent".