A Colorado-based travel company has agreed to refund more than $650,000 to several hundred Minnesota music students after COVID-19 scuttled their trip to Europe last spring. Attorney General Keith Ellison announced that Voyageurs International agreed to a settlement calling for the company to pay $664,835 in refunds to 344 students. Ellison’s office said the company charged between $6,345 and $9,010 for its 2020 “Ambassadors of Music” tour. COVID-19 forced the company to cancel the trip but Ellison said the company refused to issue full refunds and kept $1,900 in cancellation fees from each student. Ellison’s office launched an investigation, prompting the settlement.